Increasingly front and center for technology outsourcing driven by employers’ focus on compliance and consumerism.
We offer a comprehensive understanding of the market and possess deep knowledge of HR and benefits technology and outsourcing marketplace solutions.
Employee benefits administration, once considered a one-off of human capital management, is progressively front and center in the technology outsourcing arena. Annualized spending on benefits administration outsourcing is growing at a steady rate, with the health and welfare segment seeing the fastest growth—driven largely by healthcare reform. While most HCM systems include a benefits module, the Affordable Care Act has put the spotlight squarely on two key issues for employers: compliance and consumerism, resulting in a growth of stand-alone modules to manage benefits administration.
Gruppo Marucci’s in-depth understanding of the market, and vast experience sourcing and implementing solutions, is integral to helping industry stakeholders define their business strategy and maximize opportunities to grow their business and service end-user clients.
As the management of human resources shifts from the traditional “employment” model to one where companies manage their staffing needs using a range of solutions, e.g., part-time staff, contingent workers and consultants, Human Capital Management (HCM) technology is increasingly critical to providing a framework for supporting the entire hire to retire process.
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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