Benefits Administration Tech Firm Businessolver Opens 1st DFW Office

The Addison office will be a key component of the company’s growth strategy for serving clients and expanding its regional presence.

Businessolver

Iowa-based SaaS benefits administration technology provider Businessolver has entered the North Texas market, opening its first office in Addison.

The office at 15455 Dallas Parkway is designed to support employee collaboration and host client meetings, and will be a key component of the company’s growth strategy for serving clients and expanding its regional presence, according to Businessolver.

“Building on the strong growth we have seen in 2018, a hub in the southern U.S. is the next logical move for the progression of our business.”

Jon Shanahan

“Building on the strong growth we have seen in 2018, a hub in the southern U.S. is the next logical move for the progression of our business,” Businessolver President and CEO Jon Shanahan said in a release. “Not only does this location bring us physically closer to many of our clients, it also opens up a direct line to hire from the many talented professionals in the area as we continue to deliver innovative services and technology that lead the industry.”

Brian Ward, vice president of South Region Client Operations, will be leading the Dallas office. Ward has been with Businessolver since May, according to the company.

The company said the Addison office has eight employees, but there are plans to triple that number before year’s end.

Founded in 1998, Businessolver has offered transformative benefits administration technology that creates client programs to maximize benefit program investment, minimize risk exposure, and engage employees with easy-to-use solutions and communication tools.

BUSINESSOLVER HAS WELL-BEING PROGRAMS FOR EMPLOYEES

The company said its holistic approach to employee well-being will play a key role in establishing the new office’s culture.

In an effort to encourage physical and nutritional well-being throughout the workweek, Businessolver said its employees will get healthy breakfasts, lunches, massages, wellness rewards, and access to an on-site fitness center. 

The Addison office joins Businessolver’s other locations in the U.S. — Denver, Charlotte, Seattle, Chicago, Iowa City, and Louisville, with its headquarters in West Des Moines, Iowa.

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