Waltham, Mass. -- IE-Engine Inc., a developer of Human Resource Cost Management (HRCM) software solutions, has announced that Hilb Rogal & Hobbs (HRH), the seventh largest insurance brokerage firm in the United States, is implementing IE-Engine's industry-accepted technology to support its employee benefit brokerage and consulting initiatives.
The IE-Engine solution helps brokers, consultants and employers better manage costs by automating the employee benefits lifecycle and management process. With the partnership, HRH will achieve operational efficiencies and be able to extend this solution to its clients.
"As we continue to expand our current customer relationships and add new customers, IE-Engine gives us the capability to efficiently grow our business and differentiate our offering in the market," says Peter Marcia, National Vice President of Employee Benefits for HRH. "We have partnered with IE Engine in the past in the large employer market, and our expanded relationship will allow us to utilize the technology for mid-sized to small employers at certain sites."
Using the IE-Engine solution will allow HRH to streamline the processes surrounding the benefits lifecycle, including vendor procurement, data management, vendor tracking, and SPD management, among other tasks. Automating these items will allow HRH to increase the overall quality of work and decrease the amount of administrative time spent on these specific tasks.
The IE-Engine technology allows HRH to maintain total control over its clients' health and welfare related data, allowing access to all relevant information by appropriate parties in real time. Additionally, HRH will lower costs for employers by electronically managing the procurement process and regularly tracking vendor performance.
"We look forward to partnering with IE-Engine in our ongoing effort to provide the maximum value and highest quality solutions to our clients," says Marcia. "IE-Engine will allow us to focus on finding and implementing the strategy that will best serve our clients."