Benefits administration technology provider Businessolver recently noted a 30 percent year-on-year increase in revenue in the first half of the year, as well as an expansion of its workforce to more than 700 employees, according to a release.
“So far, 2017 has been an incredible year of development,” Businessolver President and CEO Jon Shanahan said in a press release. “Looking ahead, we plan to continue the great momentum we’ve established by partnering with our clients to navigate the increasingly complex marketplace, and provide an engaging benefits experience that meets the diverse and dynamic needs of their organizations.”
According to the release, the West Des Moines-based Businessolver has continued to expand and diversify its client base, tapping a wide range of sectors. The company has added to its service offerings, with innovations such as the MyChoice Mobile App, which allows client employees to access information about their benefits plans on the go.
Businessolver has also expanded physically, opening a Chicago office in June, and the company brought in new talent, including Sean McMurray, chief technology officer, and Cynthia Phillips, vice president of marketing.
In addition, Businessolver released the findings of its second annual Workplace Empathy Monitor in May.
“I’m proud of our incredible growth and achievement during the first half of the year,” Shanahan said. “We’ll continue to succeed in 2017 by remaining committed to our values, and staying focused on our simple, but clear mission to grow our business and delight our clients.”
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