BenefitMall Announces Partnership with ePayAdvisors

New partnership allows BenefitMall to help local and community financial institutions

BenefitMall, the leading provider of employee benefits and payroll services, announces a new partnership with ePayAdvisors, a wholly-owned subsidiary of ePayResources, one of the nation’s largest regional payment associations.

With this partnership, BenefitMall will become ePayAdvisors’ payroll partner for financial institutions seeking to expand their product offerings.

“We are delighted to begin this venture with ePayAdvisors,” said Todd Waletzki, President of Payroll for BenefitMall. “ePayAdvisors’ rich network will allow BenefitMall to help local and community financial institutions obtain access to affordable workforce solutions. We look forward to expanding our partnerships with financial institutions as a result.”

BenefitMall’s expertise in employee benefits, payroll, HR and employer services makes it the ideal partner for ePayAdvisors, which provides consulting services, risk management and compliance to a diverse customer base.


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“Our team is excited about the opportunities the BenefitMall partnership will bring both entities,” said Pamela Rodriguez, President and CEO for ePayAdvisors. “This partnership will provide our clientele with the payroll solution they need to expand their services.”

The ePayAdvisors partnership will allow BenefitMall to help local and community financial institutions with payroll, benefits, HR and compliance needs. This partnership also benefits ePayAdvisors with the ability to offer payroll as a service to their business clients, in turn making them more competitive in their business offerings. Most importantly, financial institutions will be able to retain existing clients by expanding their product offerings.