We help service providers understand their place in the market, and how to increase client satisfaction and improve their position.
We provide highly customized consulting where the client's needs and interests drive the process—on a project-by-project and relationship-by-relationship basis—to ensure the desired results are achieved.
Service providers looking to grow their business look to Gruppo Marcucci to help them understand their current place in the market and how to further penetrate the market. GPM’s deep knowledge of the client side, the broker/consultant side and service provider side of the business can help providers understand how to excel in this highly competitive market and more effectively meet clients’ needs. When needed, we can be an effective “translator” between the three groups as we speak client, service provider, and broker/consultant language.
Gruppo Marcucci maintains intelligence on 800+ service providers. We never accept fees for product placement or endorsement and take pride in our professional independence. This independence allows us to objectively assess a company’s services and their fit with client needs, and identify a variety of solutions based on objectives, management philosophy and budget. Our client’s success is our success. We want to work with service providers who can be part of that success story.
Contact us for more information on how we can assist your company in effectively reaching and serving new clients.
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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