Pensions dashboard moves to 'develop and test' phase with Capgemini

Capgemini partnership with Origo

James Phillips
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Capgemini is tasked with the underpinning architecture
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Capgemini is tasked with the underpinning architecture

The Pensions Dashboards Programme (PDP) has selected Capgemini to supply the central digital architecture to underpin the online data platforms.

The firm will deliver the pensions finder service, consent and authorisation, and governance register, the PDP said. Capgemini will partner with Origo, with the duo chosen due to its quality, va...

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