The Salvus Master Trust has launched a mobile app for members after employers revealed they wanted their members to have more access to online tools.
The app hosts a range of services including tax tables and savings models, and members will also have access to switching, transferring-in and valuations in real time via the Salvus member portal.
The launch of the app follows a recent survey conducted by Buck which revealed the majority of employers (84%) want their members to have access to online education and tools.
Salvus head of sales Bill Finch commented: "Member engagement and education is now becoming a priority for many employers offering a workplace pension, especially with the current phased increases to regular contributions.
"There is also clear demand from members for new digitalised solutions which can enable better engagement with their long-term savings."
He added: "The ability to link into Origo for transfers/consolidation and our Salvus Retirement Bridge for drawdown and pension freedoms will further enhance the Salvus member experience."
Origo's transfer service - which launched in 2008 - now publishes transfer data on a quarterly basis to show the industry's efforts to deliver improvements for members.
Salvus founder Steve Goddard initially said the app was due to be launched in the first quarter of the year.
The master trust applied for authorisation on 3 May, after having been granted an extension of six weeks beyond the initial March deadline, and now awaits a response from the regulator.
The master trust now has over 62,000 members and £175m of funds under management.
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