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€16+ billion AuM moved to a new SaaS platform during one weekend

KEYLANE June 19, 2020

P+ is now live on the latest version of Plexus - Keylane's standard SaaS platform for life and pension. The entire pension portfolio of €16+ billion Assets under Management was moved successfully during one weekend to the new platform. 

Apart from strengthening its digital foundation by upgrading to the latest version of Plexus, P+ achieves further automation of business processes by using the platform’s modern workflow module, speed to market when launching new pension products, improved customer service and increased configuration capabilities when needed.

In addition, P+ is ensured frequent releases of the standard software, the possibility of scalability and lower operating and maintenance costs of the platform. P+ will continue to benefit from the growing Plexus community, where costs for developing and maintaining the pension platform, as well as compliance requirements are not covered by P+ only, but shared among all companies on the standard platform.

CEO of P+ Søren Kolbye Sørensen comments: “The digital transformation of our business is an important part of our strategy to offer our members the best service and the most competitive and flexible products. The upgrade to the latest version of Plexus provides us with a good starting point for responding more quickly to new demands from our members and adapting our business to future market standards.”

We are pleased with the successful go-live of the project, and we are looking forward to continuing our close and long-standing cooperation with P+, which was also one of our first customers to onboard Plexus.

More information

For further information, please contact Director Martin Paarse at 

Read more about Keylane Plexus – our standard SaaS platform for life and pension here

About P+

P+ is the pension fund for academics. The pension fund is fully owned by its members and manages pensions for more than 100.000 academics. For further information please visit