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Does anybody use eBenX to handle interfaces with insurance benefit ven

Does anybody use eBenX to handle interfaces with insurance benefit ven

Does anybody use eBenX to handle interfaces with insurance benefit ven

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We are currently in the process of choosing new vendors for all the employee health and life insurance plans here at Progressive.  As a result, one of the major tasks will be rewriting our vendor interfaces, currently a total of ten.

While doing some research in PeopleSoft, I came across references to a third party vendor called eBenX.  It looks like they provide an easy way to pass enrollment data to vendors, which would be a great way to avoid building ten new interfaces.

Does anyone use eBenX for this purpose?  ANy good or bad experiences?  I would love to discuss with someone either via email or phone.  Please respond to this thread, or directly to my email:  

Thanks!

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