According to a release, the company won more than 1,500 plans, an increase of 5 percent over 2012, and nearly 240,000 new participants.
"Employers of every size choose Fidelity to help them guide their workforce toward improved retirement savings outcomes," said
Fidelity said clients in this market that joined Fidelity's platform in 2013 include
"When we work with employers in choosing a workplace retirement provider, we reinforce the importance of quality service and a firm that has programs in place to really help their employees be on track for a more successful retirement," said
Factors helping drive Fidelity's continued sales success include its educational workplace guidance experience within Plan for Life; digital platforms built with the participant in mind, such as Fidelity's benefits Website, NetBenefits; and mobile offerings like its new iPad tablet app.
For employers, Fidelity's client service teams have new capabilities to help them work with clients and advisors to build and administer the latest in workplace retirement plans. Fidelity's Executive Insights delivers dashboard analytics so employers understand how much retirement income their plan is designed to produce, how the plan is performing, and what requires attention. In addition, the company's new On Plan Indicator will put the analytics into the hands of employers and their advisors so they can evaluate if their workforce is on track with saving and age-based equity allocation, and where necessary, Fidelity offers guidance to help populations make informed changes.
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