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Sagitec Blog

5 Topics of Conversations at the NPEA Annual Pension Conference

The National Pension Education Association (NPEA) annual conference is always a great forum to discuss how retirement education and communication initiatives can help members, employers, and agencies. This year was no different. We had great conversations and learned a lot from our clients, peers, and all attendees. We also found that most are also interested in talking to their peers (or identifying peers they can talk to) to get lessons learned and see how they’ve tackled different issues – I hope this blog throws some light on what is important to participants we spoke to.

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A to Z of Pension Terminology

Are you well versed with pension/retirement terminology? If not, take a go at our pension alphabet.

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Digital Transformation:  Future of Pensions

Digital Transformation is definitely the rage du jour – and for good reason.  Traditional business models have been assaulted as innovative companies radically improve performance and customer reach.  Digital advances such as analytics, mobility, social media and smart embedded devices are changing business models, customer relationships, and entire value propositions.

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Five reasons why pension agencies need to evolve their IT infrastructure

Are you contemplating whether to invest in a new pension administration solution? If so, this blog will provide you with compelling reasons why you should make a strategic investment in your IT infrastructure.

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Trends in Pension Education and Communication

As we look toward the future, there are events and activities driving or amplifying change -- and there are reactions to those amplifiers that take the shape of emerging trends. In the video below, Sagitec's Chief Learning and Communications Officer, Stephanie Schrankler, examines 5 catalysts and 10 trends that are impacting pension educators and communicators.

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