Procentia Group appoints Alyse Daghelian as Non-Executive Director

Procentia Group, the leading pensions software company, has today announced the appointment of Alyse Daghelian as Non-Executive Director joining the Procentia Board.

Alyse is a senior global sales executive with deep experience in the technology sector. She is currently Global Vice President, Technology Workflows at ServiceNow and has held a number of senior roles at IBM across global sales, services, and engineering with a focus on data and artificial intelligence.

Established in 2002, Procentia has more than 25 clients including many household names and FTSE 100 companies, which it serves from offices in Bristol in the UK and Chicago in the USA. More than 2 million pension scheme members are administered on Procentia’s systems. It also supplies software to third party administrators, systems integrators, technology companies and other product providers.

Brightwell (formerly BT Pension Scheme Management) acquired a majority stake in Procentia in 2019 and since then the business has invested heavily in its technology, people and processes.

Morten Nilsson, Non-Executive Chairman, Procentia said: “Alyse’s global experience and deep understanding of technical engineering, artificial intelligence and product marketing will be an invaluable addition to the Procentia Board and I look forward to working with her.”

Commenting on her appointment Alyse Daghelian said: “The pensions sector has traditionally lagged the rest of the financial services sector when it comes to technology. Procentia’s software is changing that, giving the pensions industry and pension savers access to the technology they deserve. But keeping ahead of the game is tough and artificial intelligence has huge potential to transform how we work. Procentia has exciting plans for the future and I’m delighted to join the team.”

About Procentia

Procentia was founded in 2002 and specialises in developing leading-edge software for the pensions and benefits industry.  The company’s flagship product is IntelliPen, a state-of-the-art, internet browser-based pensions and benefits administration system, encompassing workflow, member website, document management, payroll and accounting, and all of the functionality a modern pensions department will demand.

The company has more than 25 clients, consisting of many household names and leading third-party administration companies.  Today more than 2 million members are administered on Procentia’s systems.

The company has offices in Bristol, UK and Chicago, USA, where it employs more than 107 highly experienced pensions software developers and consultants.