History of BenefitMall
Over 40 Years of Serving Brokers
BenefitMall releases Agency Workspace, home base for broker technology including Client Ready Quote System (CRQS) and Online Enrollment.
BenefitMall acquires Brown & Brown of Pennsylvania’s GA entity.
Scott Kirksey named CEO. BenefitMall acquires two general agencies – FILCO and Slattery GA. BenefitMall acquires Planet Payroll.
Headquartered in Dallas, TX with over 1,200 employees across the country.
BenefitMall surpasses $5.0 billion in premiums under management.
Global alternative asset manager, The Carlyle Group acquires BenefitMall
BenefitMall launches new company brand to consolidate its benefits business with the payroll services of CompuPay. With the tagline “All Together, Better”, BenefitMall is now the nation’s largest provider of health benefits and payroll solutions.
Merges with CompuPay creating the leading national provider of integrated employee benefits and payroll solutions.
Releases a new Broker Workspace where brokers can view the status of their cases, access exclusive quoting tools, search for documents, and much more.
Launches BenefitMall Individual Exchange, an online solution designed to help Brokers manage their individual business. BenefitMall acquires NAS Financial Services in Morristown, NJ.
BenefitMall acquires BenefitPort Southwest, a full-service General Agency with a division specializing in Senior Products. CompuPay completes two acquisitions, Advanced Payroll Systems in Modesto CA, and Key Payroll Online in Seattle, WA. CompuPay enters into agreement with Safe Software to provide outsourced payroll services to Sage clients.
CompuPay opens new offices across the country including offices in Florida, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Colorado, Illinois, Maine, and Texas.
BenefitMall acquires Comrisk Insurance, a full-service General Agency specializing in stop loss insurance. BenefitMall acquires Weston Group Benefits, LLC in the northeast. BenefitMall acquires BenefitPort Southeast that services agents throughout the state of Florida. BenefitMall partners with Allied Capital Corporation, the largest business development corporation in the U.S.
CompuPay acquires PayMaxx, Inc, a Tennessee-based payroll provider.
BenefitMall acquires Colorado Group Services, a full-service General Agency. BenefitMall acquires Group One Source, a national employee benefits marketing organization. CompuPay makes its first acquisition in TPM, a California based payroll processor.
BenefitMall launches a completely re-tooled website providing broader applications and easier access for Brokers. BenefitMall acquires two units of The Mather Companies, one of the largest General Agencies and third-party administrators of employee benefits on the east coast.
Centerstone Insurance and Financial Services separates from Humana and evolves into an independent, stand-along company. The company is renamed BenefitMall to better represent the total employee benefit products available to Brokers. Acquires several companies, establishing office locations in Georgia, Florida, and New Jersey.
Becomes incorporated in Delaware as Centerstone Holding Corporation with CIFS as a subsidiary.
Centerstone launches the first online insurance quote engine.
Humana acquires Emphesys and its related affiliates, including Centerstone Insurance and Financial Services.
Employers Health Insurance Company (EHI) of Green Bay, Wisconsin acquires Centerstone Insurance and Financial Services.
West Coast becomes Centerstone Insurance and Financial Services after a series of acquisitions.
West Coast acquires a General Agency in California called Multiple Services, Inc.
West Coast launches the first software application capable of producing multi-carrier quotes in real time – an industry breakthrough from brokers.
CompuPay is founded by Miami based entrepreneur.
West Coast Insurance Marketing Corporation is founded in California by a group of insurance professionals.