|By PR Newswire||
|November 30, 2016 08:55 AM EST|
ORLANDO, Fla., Nov. 30, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- PlanSource, a leading provider of cloud-based benefits and HR software, announced today that Frost Insurance, the fourth largest insurance agency headquartered in Texas, has selected PlanSource as their benefits administration technology of choice.
Under the new agreement, Frost promotes the PlanSource cloud-based platform to existing and prospective clients across all industries. The PlanSource system gives employers of all sizes a single source for benefits shopping, enrollment, billing, compliance and administration. It features an intuitive, configurable employee experience, free mobile apps for iOS and Android, educational content, plan recommendations and decision support. For employers, PlanSource provides a robust benefits administration experience including ACA measurement and reporting, the ability to be configured using either a defined benefits or contribution strategy, and data exchange with leading insurance carriers.
"At Frost, we pride ourselves on providing outstanding services and are pleased to have found a technology partner in PlanSource that shares our values," said Chad Marceaux, Assistant Vice President at Frost Insurance. "This partnership will help our customers be prepared for a future in which technology, benefits and health care are increasingly intertwined."
Frost Insurance has 300 employees throughout the state of Texas covering 5 major regions. The $40 million dollar agency works with more than 2,500 businesses nationwide to design highly customized benefits programs including group medical, dental and vision plans, and wellness programs.
"Frost Insurance is a pillar of the benefits community," said Dayne Williams, CEO of PlanSource. "They are helping hundreds of companies and their employees navigate the complex world of benefits and we are honored to provide them with technology that simplifies and automates the administration of valuable benefits coverage."
PlanSource is a technology company driven to create a better benefits and HR experience for employers and their employees. By offering flexible and intuitive software for benefits administration, insurance exchanges and human capital management, PlanSource's complete cloud-based technology helps nearly 10,000 employers and 3.5 million consumers with benefits shopping, enrollment, billing, compliance and administration. Learn more at www.plansource.com.
PlanSource is a registered trademark of PlanSource, Inc., and PlanSource owns other registered and unregistered trademarks. Other names used herein may be trademarks of their respective owners.
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