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Noyo Partners with Namely to Power Seamless, Accurate Connections with Leading Insurance Carriers

Noyo, Namely | December 09, 2020

Noyo Partners with Namely to Power Seamless, Accurate Connections with Leading Insurance Carriers
Noyo, the main API platform driving the age of connected insurance, today declared an organization with Namely, the main HR platform for moderate sized organizations. Through this association, Namely will grow and upgrade convenient information trade with driving insurance transporters to additionally advance its advantages organization platform.

For some, organizations, benefits organization is a difficult assignment that expects businesses to explore an unpredictable commercial center to choose, interface, and direct a huge number of transporters and plans. Noyo's finished infrastructure arrangement incorporates adaptable, transporter rationalist APIs for sure fire information trade, full circle affirmation conventions that guarantee exchanges happen precisely true to form, and unrivaled examining abilities to proactively recognize enlistment and qualification mistakes before they happen. By collaborating with Noyo, Namely further lifts the client experience through smoothed out and consistent associations with a portion of the business' driving insurance transporters.

“Our customers depend on Namely for accuracy, efficiency and reliability,” said Larry Dunivan, CEO of Namely. “Activating Noyo for our platform gives us deeper connections to carriers throughout the industry, which means faster and more reliable services for our members. We are pleased to partner with Noyo to stay on the cutting edge of benefits administration and further our mission to build better workplaces.”

“In the age of connected insurance we are setting a new standard, one that unlocks new possibilities for innovative companies searching for better benefits solutions and integrations,” said Shannon Goggin, CEO and co-founder of Noyo. “Through a single integration, Noyo’s infrastructure makes it easier to manage data exchange and carrier connections with unprecedented speed and transparency. We are excited to work with Namely to power an intelligent, modern insurance experience directly within the Namely platform.”

About Namely
Namely is the #1 HR Software company that empowers mid-sized businesses to build better workplaces. Its cloud-based software brings HCM, benefits, insights, payroll, and time into a single-view platform to help modern HR teams make data-driven decisions about their people and understand what's really going on in their workforce. The Namely ecosystem includes powerful integrations with market-leading applicant tracking, identity management, ERP, compliance, E-Verify solutions, and more. Serving more than 1,400 clients with 230,000 employees globally, the company is backed by leading investors, including Altimeter Capital, GGV Capital, Matrix Partners, Scale Venture Partners, Sequoia Capital, Tenaya Capital, and True Ventures.

About Noyo
Noyo is the leading API platform powering the age of connected insurance. Founded by leaders in insurtech and API technology, Noyo is the connections gateway that enables modern, intelligent benefits experiences. Noyo’s complete, integrated infrastructure solution connects health insurance carriers, benefits platforms, and a growing ecosystem of innovators through a new industry standard for fast, accurate, and secure real-time data exchange.

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OWIT Global | December 02, 2020

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