Benefix In Press

Boasting and bragging isn’t our thing, but it is fun to see BeneFix in the press. We want you to know about our growth, our new initiatives, and why we are getting attention.

Corporate ink: Perception of tattoos in the workplace is changing

Andculture and other companies, particularly startups, give workers a lot of flexibility in both how they work and what they wear to work — tattoos, piercings and all. What matters most is their contributions to the company’s overall goals.

That’s how Matt Ranauro runs his startup, Lancaster-based benefit management platform BeneFix, which is about one and half years old. Ranauro is heavily tattooed, most recently having memorialized of the most famous plays from the Philadelphia Eagles’ victory in Super Bowl LII. The tattoo, below his right elbow, traces the play in which quarterback Nick Foles caught a touchdown pass.

In his interactions with clients, Ranauro aims to defy stereotypes about people with tattoos.

“I go out of my way to be very personable and have conversations, and it’s more than just the stuff that’s on my arms,” Ranauro said.

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Guest view: Health care, we've got a problem

It’s impossible to keep up with all the health care news these days. We’re being bombarded by information about how broken our health care system is: the premiums, the legislation, the cost, the politics, the personal stories.

Like any reasonably aware American, I knew the health care industry was broken. But it wasn’t until I began to research the viability of starting a company that would unify the health insurance ecosystem on a digital platform that I realized how big of a problem it truly was.

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In an Era of Uncertainty in the Healthcare Industry, BeneFix Proves Insurtech is a Bet Worth Making

In one year BeneFix has tripled their number of employees, finaled in the Rise of the Rest competition, expanded their footprint to four states, added over 300,000 people to their platform and closed a $2 million VC led seed round. When in comes to BeneFix, 2017 proved that there’s something to this “insurtech” thing.

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Who's News: Lancaster County hirings and promotions

BeneFix has hired Jim Manley as vice president of product management.

A Lancaster Catholic High School graduate, Manley holds a bachelor degree from Duquesne University and an MBA from Point Park University.

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Rise of the Rest: 4 Lancaster firms among regional finalists in push to fund tech outside Silicon Valley

A four-minute speech is potentially all that separates four Lancaster startups from a $100,000 investment from AOL co-founder Steve Case.

Benefix is one of four Lancaster firms chosen as finalists in Central PA’s Rise of the Rest pitch competition.

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