Energy Super to use Decimal’s robo-advice solution


Industry super fund Energy Super is using Decimal’s Eqilize robo-advice solution to employ a customer-centric focus.

Eqilize was launched at the end of March and is a pre-configured offering of Decmial’s delivery experience, which can be integrated simply across business systems. It is now set to service Energy Super’s 49,000 strong membership base.

The platform will be used by Energy Super to increase customer engagement, enabling clients to deliver robo-advice within a set budget and suitable timeframe.

With around $5.9 million funds under management, Energy Super chief executive, Robyn Petrou, said that the partnership with Decimal would improve its offering to members.

“We like that Decimal has invested so thoroughly in its robo-platform, so that it provides customer-centric solutions we can use immediately for our current members and prospective clients,” said Petrou.

“It can be integrated seamlessly with our existing systems; trusted financial advice is an important component of our offering.”

The shared project will take flight in coming months, with a strategic plan for a live launch in the second half of 2016.

Decimal chief executive, Nic Pollock, said he was confident that the association with Energy Super would validate the company’s decision to launch Eqilize into the competitive market.

“Energy Super is indicative of the type of organisation for with the offering is ideally suited,” he said.

“This is a validation of our two-tiered solution offering that addresses the very large global market of small to mid-cap customers who need robo solutions.”

Eqilize will be launched to the industry in Sydney in May.