Luminary is cementing its position as the digital agency of choice for superannuation funds, having been appointed by Legalsuper to redevelop its website.
Legalsuper was established 29 years ago and is now the predominant fund of choice for Australia’s legal community, managing over $3.8 billion on behalf of more than 44,000 members.
Luminary will be responsible for designing the user interface for Legalsuper and delivering the website on the Kentico Cloud headless CMS platform.
Legalsuper CEO Andrew Proebstl said: “Our members have exacting standards and high expectations regarding value, service and innovation.
“Our new website anticipates continual digital evolution, and will enable us to remain flexible and agile in response to technological advances and member requirements.”
The win is a further boost to Luminary’s superannuation fund client list, which includes Equip Super and NGS Super.
“We have worked with Equip Super for many years, having built its award-winning site on Kentico EMS in 2016,” Luminary managing director Adam Griffith said.
“We’ve also recently completed a complete digital re-platform for NGS Super. This project began with a deep discovery and customer journey mapping phase to really understand NGS’s diverse membership base and provide a solid foundation for innovation.”
“We’re looking forward to working with Legalsuper to bring its new member-first digital experience to life.
“We’re also excited that clients are beginning to explore the benefits of headless and micro-services architecture, as opposed to the traditional monolithic, all-in-one approach.”
The new Legalsuper website is expected to launch in early 2019.
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