Through comprehensive industry research and thought leadership, we deliver unique value to our clients by synthesizing data into actionable information; facilitating market action around employers, investors, benefit brokers, carriers and service providers.
Betsy McCarthy brings to the Gruppo Marcucci HR and benefit technology consulting team experience in both client and broker services in the benefits technology arena, together with a wide range of hands-on marketing, market research and communications expertise in multiple industries, including for employee benefits. This unique combination of skills enables her to approach consulting engagements with a perspective and understanding from both the employer side and the provider side. Prior to joining the Gruppo Marcucci team, Ms. McCarthy worked as the director of client services for a large, national private benefit exchange. In this role she was engaged in the strategic and tactical leadership of the company’s client business, touching 1,000 new and existing clients with 2 to 25,000 employees. A former broker team leader, she also managed a group of team leads who had oversight of day-to-day operations of client services. As a Gruppo Marcucci consultant, Ms. McCarthy culls from this experience to assist clients with a focus on the small market understand their options for best-fit benefit administration systems, including technology to ensure compliance with the Patient Protection and Affordability Care Act (PPACA). Clients benefit from her ability to see questions in need of answers, problems in need of a better solutions and quandaries in need of better ideas.
Gruppo Marcucci (GPM), a division of Gallagher Benefit Services, Inc., provides outsourcing intelligence and associated consulting to stakeholders in the Benefits and HR Technology & Outsourcing industry. Our in-depth understanding of the service provider market and our vast experience sourcing and implementing solutions is key to our clients achieving full operational success.
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