Benelogic, a best-of-breed provider of online benefit management portal applications, is pleased to announce that Philadelphia Newspapers has selected Benelogic as their online benefits enrollment partner.
Timonium, MD (PRWEB) September 19, 2007 -- Benelogic, a best-of-breed provider of online benefit management (http://www.benelogic.com) portal applications, is pleased to announce that Philadelphia Newspapers has selected Benelogic as their online benefits enrollment partner.
Benelogic was introduced to Philadelphia Newspapers after a lengthy search by Philadelphia Newspapersâ€™ employee benefits broker, The Graham Company. Approximately 600 of the newspaperâ€™s employees will elect their benefits using Benelogicâ€™s intuitive online benefits management software during the companyâ€™s enrollment period this fall and for ongoing, self-service benefits administration (http://www.benelogic.com).
"Benelogicâ€™s solution will help us to streamline Philadelphia Newspapersâ€™ enrollment and eligibility processes, and provides us with a significant and measurable ROI," said Michael Lorenca, Human Resources Vice President for Philadelphia Newspapers. "The solutionâ€™s ability to interface with our current payroll and COBRA vendor, capacity to support all our benefit eligibility and enrollment rules and proficiency at ensuring accurate, non-duplicative enrollments were among the top reasons Philadelphia Newspapers and The Graham Company chose to work with Benelogic."
"We look forward to working with both Philadelphia Newspapers and The Graham Company as partners," said Christine Miki, president of Benelogic. "Their selection of Benelogic exemplifies their desire to reduce operating costs and improve efficiencies."
About Benelogic (www.benelogic.com)
Benelogic delivers services and intuitive online benefits management software designed to simplify employee benefits administration. Logical processes and procedures streamline the intake and distribution of data to improve benefits administration. Benelogic offers services and technology to meet a range of benefit management needs across any industry with clients represent the nationâ€™s leading companies in the transportation, health insurance, banking, information technology and retail industries. Its proprietary software system supports mid-size employers to Fortune 500 corporations. Benelogic is the largest online benefits administration firm in the mid-Atlantic region, serving employees in all 50 states, Puerto Rico and Canada.
About Philadelphia Media Holdings, LLC
Philadelphia Media Holdings, LLC, is the leading media company in the Philadelphia region. Privately held and locally owned, PMH is the owner of The Philadelphia Inquirer, Daily News, philly.com, related online products and several community newspapers (http://www.pnionline.com/). With almost one million people reading The Inquirer each day, and 1.8 million on Sundays, The Inquirer is the regionÂ¹s most-read daily newspaper. Together with the Daily News, the #1 tabloid newspaper in the region, and philly.com, the #1 website in the region, Philadelphia Media Holdings, LLC, reaches almost 2 million people each day.
About the Graham Company (www.grahamco.com)
The Graham Company ranks among the top Insurance Brokers (http://www.grahamco.com) in the United States. Headquartered in Philadelphia, The Graham Company has been in business for over 50 years and is one of the 100 largest brokers in the United States. The Graham Company provides Employee Benefits Brokerage and Consulting Services, Property & Casualty Insurance Brokerage and Risk Management Solutions and Surety Bonds.
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