Intrust Super revamps robo-advice

Intrust Super has relaunched its robo-advice offering, increasing the solution's speed while decreasing the user input requirements.

Called Super Blueprint, the superannuation fund has upgraded the offering to simplify the digital advice experience, delivering a personalised financial plan three times quicker than its previous service.

The new user interface draws from the individual member's data and requires 70% less user input, while still delivering a financial plan that includes retirement projections, investment recommendations, and contribution strategies, according to the fund.

Chief executive Brendan O'Farrell said it was critical that people today have clear goals for their financial future, and that every Australian has the right to financial inclusion in order to reach those goals.

"Super Blueprint provides straightforward financial advice, directing members on their path towards financial security all free of charge," O'Farrell said.

Intrust Super members currently have the option to receive financial advice face to face, over the phone or online.

The robo-advice service continues to free for members to access, "however, the upgrade promises to provide a far superior experience," the fund said.

Super Blueprint was built in conjunction with Link Group, a partnership the super fund said is the "first in a series of innovations this partnership is scheduled to produce that will help Intrust Super members grow their account balances."

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