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How Lumity helped Gametime transition seamlessly off Zenefits, get better benefits and realize savings at the same time. PAIN POINT 100-person Gametime was rapidly adding headcount and looking to move off their current Zenefits HRIS platform. They knew they needed a system that could provide better benefits...

GoFundMe, a 250-person company with multiple offices, needed a benefits solution to help strategize their program towards financial and administrative efficiency and in support of recruitment and retention efforts as they planned their next phase of growth. SOLUTION: Lumity laid out a threefold process for GoFundMe that...

Bitly, a 70-person technology company with offices in New York, Denver and San Francisco, was exploring an alternative to their current PEO platform. Knowing the ability to recruit and retain employees was critical to the company’s growth prospects, the company wanted a better employee benefits...

Greenhouse Software, the leading designer of recruiting and onboarding software, set a quarterly objective to strengthen internal culture and prepare for future growth. As a small people team, they needed comprehensive employee engagement plans and support to ensure their 200+ employees would get a seamless benefits experience to make...

When Wealthfront grew to more than 100 employees, they wanted to explore options to move from their professional employer organization as it became cost prohibitive. With a lean culture, it was critical that new benefits didn’t increase overhead but could also improve their benefits offering. Even with a group...

ThousandEyes was experiencing double-digit employee growth and facing a 20% renewal on their small group health plans for the upcoming year. Their current contribution incentives favored an HMO, and the company was looking to re-design health plans with a defined contribution model. With a relatively young and healthy demographic,...

SquareTrade had been growing at a healthy rate, reaching more than 400-employees in California and Florida. With annual “trend” renewals on their health plans on the order of 8-10%, the company had assumed their health insurance and benefits costs were manageable. With no access to company claims data however,...

The Linux Foundation was spending more than $1.2M a year on health plans and benefits for their 80-person group. As the headcount approached 100 for the next year, the company was looking for ways to improve risk management, optimize health plans, and mitigate rising health...

Greenhouse Software, the leading designer of recruiting and onboarding software, set a quarterly objective to strengthen internal culture and prepare for future growth. They needed to explore best-in-class benefits solutions to replace their current PEO vendor. As they approached 200 employees, they also needed to...


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