Legal & General (L&G) and the People's Pension have fully automated their systems for automatic enrolment (AE) using the data integration platform Pensionsync.
Pensionsync aims to allow customers using payroll software and benefits platforms to exchange data with multiple pension providers via one data interface.
It has been marketed as a solution to help the 1.8m SME stagers expected to comply with AE duties over the next three years.
Systemsync chief executive Will Lovegrove said: "L&G and The People's Pension are both high quality schemes, committed to strong member outcomes and delivering administrative efficiency and value for payroll and employers alike.
"AE is going to be a huge resource issue for payroll bureaus, bookkeepers and accountants alike. Ultimately, they will be the winners from these pension providers offering automated data transfer solutions."
The National Employment Savings Trust (NEST) and Smart Pension are also working on integrating Pensionsync into their systems and should go live in time for 1 January.
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