Tele-health Benefit 98point6 Now Available to Small Business

Tele-health Benefit

98point6, an on-demand telemedicine provider announced the launch of its new Client Portal allowing businesses access to 24/7 access to board-certified physicians. With the Client Portal app employees can get diagnosis and treatment including consultations with physicians.

The employer-sponsored plan offers access to either low or no cost to employees and their dependents aged above 18 years of age. It also provides quick medical intervention, reducing downstream costs and improving employee satisfaction.

98point6 Health Benefit Now Available to Small Business

With Client Portal, companies with fewer than 5,000 members can offer 98point6 to employees in as little as a day. This will come in handy for employees looking for speedy medical advice and treatment in the era of COVID-19. The new offering comes in response to employers experiencing, on average, eight times higher utilization of the 98point6 service than with their previous, traditional telemedicine solutions.  

Client Portal will allow onboarding to the platform for every size of business. This will give them access to quality affordable primary care.  Board-certified physicians get access to roun

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New SHRM PaySolution is a Digital Payroll Service for Businesses

New SHRM PaySolution

SHRM (Society for Human Resource Management) has launched a new digital payroll service designed to help businesses streamline payrolls. The SHRM PaySolution Enabled by Money Network promises to provide organizations with greater financial freedom.

The company says its electronic payroll delivery solution empowers employees by providing them with faster access to their income. Staff can manage funds directly through a mobile app. Employees can also use a prepaid debit card to access money, which can used anywhere Visa Debit is accepted.

SHRM PaySolution

For small businesses, finding the time, money, and resources to issue paper checks can be testing. In the current climate where many small businesses are struggling with cashflow, such challenges are especially pertinent. The SHRM PaySolution says it can eliminate such issues by providing employees with quick and easy electronic access to their wages.

Improving Staff Morale

Being able to access salaries electronically, wages are received up to two days faster than more traditional payment options. Having quicker access wages is naturally preferable to employees, thus helping small businesses boost sta

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Biz2Credit Rebrands Biz2X Platform for Small Business Lenders

Biz2X Platform

Biz2Credit, a provider of online finance to small businesses, has launched a new branding for its Biz2X platform. The new branding is designed to reflect Biz2Credit’s fresh and innovative vision for the business lending industry.

B2X is Biz2Credit’s global SaaS (software-as-a-service) platform, which enables financial institutions to provide customized online lending experience to small businesses. Since it was launched in 2019, Biz2X has proven successful in helping lenders process Payment Protection Program (PPP) loan applications.

Many leading financial institutions have adopted Biz2X to launch new online lending initiatives. These include HSBC, Popular Bank, ACAP and AICPA’s

Biz2X Rebranding

In the wake of the pandemic, Biz2X has proven an effective platform to assist financial institutions with the management of complex PPP loan applications.

In its rebranding efforts, including a new logo, Biz2Credit hopes to maintain its relationship as an SaaS platform for financial institutions. Rohit Arora, Biz2Credit’s CEO, says, “With the branding announcement today, our company is signaling its intention of continuing our leadership in the FinTech software-as-a-service (SaaS) space.


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How A $4 Billion Investment Doomed WeWork

Doomed WeWork

Not too long ago, many people regarded WeWork as another “unicorn” success story like Google, Facebook and Instagram. But the company’s failed effort to go public and related departure of CEO, Adam Neumann, resulted instead in a historic business implosion.

On the Small Business Radio Show this week, Reeves Wiedeman who is a contributing editor at New York magazine, reveals what really happened in his new book, “Billion Dollar Loser: The Epic Raise and Fall of WeWork”.

Big Investment Doomed WeWork

According to Reeves, in the early days of the company promised to make the American workplace “cool”. Adam Neumann, an immigrant, pushed the idea of repurposing surplus New York office space after the Great Recession of 2018 for the growing freelance class who needed a flexible work area and real community. Over the course of ten years, WeWork attracted billions of dollars from the largest investors in the world. Reeves says that Neumann spent the money to build a global real estate empire that the CEO insisted was much more than what it already was. He aspired to “elevate the world’s consciousness, become the first trillionaire and be the first President of the World!” In fact, Reeves started reporti

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