Dayton Superior Corporation Adopts BENEFITFOCUS HR InTouchBenefitfocus Release
Cloud-Based Portal to Streamline Benefit Enrollment and Employee Communication
**Charleston, S.C. – November 1, 2012 – **Benefitfocus, the nation's leading provider of healthcare and benefits technology, today announced that Dayton Superior Corporation has selected the cloud-based portal, BENEFITFOCUS HR InTouch™, to streamline benefit enrollment, administration and employee communication.
As the leading provider of specialized concrete construction solutions, Dayton Superior is headquartered in Ohio with 14 manufacturing plants and 15 distribution warehouses across the U.S. The company was determined to find a solution that would provide a more strategic approach to managing benefits for a geographically dispersed workforce of over 1,700 employees.
HR InTouch ensures that Dayton Superior and their employees can securely access benefit plan data in real- time from any web-enabled device. Comprehensive reporting features allow the benefits team to monitor employee participation and distribute targeted messaging based on their enrollment status. Through the portal's interactive cost estimators and rich content libraries, Dayton Superior employees gain a better understanding of available plan options. The educational videos available through HR InTouch are helpful in communicating various health and benefit topics in addition to open enrollment logistics.
"The level of convenience HR InTouch offers is unparalleled," said Robin Willett, Benefits Specialist at Dayton Superior. "With the implementation of this forward-thinking technology, our team anticipates a more efficient and cost-effective approach to benefits administration. The portal will give us the ability to demonstrate the role benefits play in our employees' total compensation package, helping to improve employee satisfaction and the overall enrollment experience."
"Working with Dayton Superior presents a perfect opportunity to showcase how our technology helps large, multi-regional companies manage the complexities associated with benefit enrollment and employee communication," said Shawn Jenkins, President and CEO of Benefitfocus. "Listening to our customers and soliciting their feedback is essential, and we look forward to collaborating with Dayton Superior to further transform the way they manage benefits, starting with their open enrollment in November."
**About Dayton Superior Corporation
**Dayton Superior is the leading North American provider of specialized products consumed in nonresidential, concrete construction, and the largest concrete forming company serving the domestic, nonresidential construction market. Their products can be found on construction sites nationwide and are used in nonresidential construction projects, including: infrastructure projects, such as highways, bridges, airports, power plants and water management projects; institutional projects, such as schools, stadiums, hospitals and government buildings; and commercial projects, such as retail stores, offices and recreational, distribution and manufacturing facilities.
**Benefitfocus is the largest benefits technology provider in the U.S. More than 18 million members, 300,000 employers and 60,000 brokers use our cloud-based platform to shop, enroll, manage and exchange all their benefits in one place. From consumer engagement and education to enrollment, communication and billing, Benefitfocus is helping companies find a better way to manage their benefits. Benefitfocus – All Your Benefits. One Place.
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