BIS Benefits Partners with United Benefit Advisors
Thursday, June 28th, 2018
United Benefit Advisors, is pleased to welcome BIS Benefits to its exclusive community of the top independent employee benefit advisors. Alpharetta, Georgia-based BIS Benefits specializes in selling and servicing group medical, dental, life and disability insurance to small and mid-size companies in the Atlanta metropolitan area.
BIS Benefits assists clients by becoming a trusted advisor in helping clients navigate through the complexity of the Affordable Care Act and its compliance challenges, rather than being a transactional broker, simply selling insurance policies. The BIS Benefits service model is unique and an added bonus to both employers and their employees. Their inbound call center and carrier concierge status helps client service representatives provide quick solutions to resolving claims and billing questions. Ray Bachman, Founder and President of BIS Benefits said, “The BIS in our company name stands for ‘Best in Serving’ and we do our best to ‘walk our talk’ in serving our clients, vendors and employees.”
“We are excited to become a part of the UBA family. Being an independent advisor in our world of acquisitions, it is imperative to join forces with other firms in our industry to collaborate on all aspects of our business. And, because compliance is becoming a full-time job, it is comforting to know that UBA has the necessary personnel and resources available at our disposal. We are honored to join forces with such an elite organization,” says Bachman.
The BIS Benefits core values are based on the acrostic of serving: satisfaction, employees, relationships, value, integrity, never give up, and gratitude. The “I” in BIS stands for Integrity – they do what is right, just, and fair in all circumstances. “Ray and his team’s values and enthusiasm to contribute to our community of like-minded professionals make them an ideal fit with our culture. UBA looks forward to our new relationship with BIS Benefits and the mutual benefit of shared ideas and best practices,” says UBA President Peter Weber, M.S., CAE.