A Minute With Matt: 2017 Update

The biggest holiday weekend of summer is almost here, but that’s not the only reason Team BeneFix is celebrating. The start of July means we are more than halfway through the year (time really does fly when you’re having fun… and when you’re really BUSY)! BeneFix jumped into 2017 six short months ago, ready to expand as a company, as a team, and as a platform. We believe in realistic goal setting and that has helped us not only stay on track, but also hit our company goals

We started 2017 with 5 employees. BeneFix now has 15. We even created a summer internship program, bringing on 5 top-quality students from Penn, Georgetown, and Temple University, skilled in programming, engineering, marketing, and sales. These interns are critical in helping BeneFix expand to new states.

As a company, we believe in making concrete connections and staying informed within the industry. So far, we’ve traveled to Medical Insurance and insurTech conferences in Silicon Valley, Indianapolis, Philadelphia, New York, New Jersey, Orlando, and Central Pennsylvania.

As a platform, we’ve revamped our brand, updating our logo and adding new features to make user experience easier than ever. You can now customize proposals, sort plans easier than ever, and we will be releasing some amazing new additions in the coming months – all ready for Q4.

And we are just getting started.

It’s been a big year so far and we are excited to get even bigger. But one thing we promise – we will continue to put our customers first and foremost.

Have a fun Fourth of July weekend!
Matt Ranauro, CEO & Founder

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