Help Centre for Employers

How to export data from Pegasus Opera 3

We think that integration and simplicity is key to successful auto enrolment. The guide below shows you how easy it is to export data from Pegasus Opera 3 in just 5 steps.


Step 1

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From the ‘Payroll & HR – Pensions Reports’ menu, select the ‘Contribution File’ option.


Step 2

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Select the required ‘Pension Scheme’ record and ‘Scheme Code’, then click ‘Next’.


Step 3

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Check the list of employees is correct and click ‘Next’.


Step 4

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The final page displays a summary of the selections made, click ‘Start’ to create the file.


Step 5

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After the file has been created, submit it using the NOW: Pensions portal.

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