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  1. Liazon

    Liazon Corporation was founded in 2007 to address the myriad problems inherent in employee benefits by creating an entirely new retail model. The Company has saved employers millions of dollars while expanding employee choice and coverage through its Bright Choice Exchange, where employees buy benefits online that fit their individual needs using money allocated by their employer.Employees get access to an array of benefit choices that are superior to what even Fortune-500 companies offer, including a variety of health care plans, dental, vision, critical illness, and even telemedicine. The Bright Choices Exchange educates employees about coverage options, guides them to make the right decisions, and helps them buy and manage all of their benefits using friendly technology and individualized support.Liazon now serves more than 2,000 companies across 23 states, ranging in size from micro-employers to companies with over 2,500 employees.


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