Nayya and Selerix will offer employers and employees a personalized benefits experience leveraging billions of different data points.
Nayya, an AI-driven software platform that provides benefits decision support and engagement, is pleased to announce its partnership with Selerix, a leading provider of cloud-based benefits administration software. Nayya is now fully embedded and integrated within the Selerix BenSelect platform. Through this partnership, Nayya and Selerix will offer employers and employees a personalized benefits experience leveraging billions of different data points.
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“We’re thrilled to join forces with Selerix. The dynamism and flexibility of their platform alongside the real-time API connectivity with Nayya will help us in providing comprehensive decision support for the millions of Americans that use Selerix BenSelect when enrolling in plans,” said Akash Magoon, Co-founder and Chief Technology Officer of Nayya.
“The ability for national broker and carrier partners to offer value-add services without any extra effort from a configuration perspective is invaluable to the market,” adds Jeff Oldham, Nayya’s Chief Revenue Officer. “The implications in terms of both engagement and participation will be transformative.”
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“Nayya accomplishes something genuinely unique,” said Lyle Griffin, President of Selerix. “Nayya empowers consumers with personalized, data-backed decision-making when comparing complex benefits options. Through seamless API integration, Nayya’s sophisticated decision support platform functions as an integrated part of the Selerix BenSelect user experience.”
Nayya links over 3 billion external data points, including nearly 200 million rows of claims data, to offer curated, confidential guidance on topics such as selecting voluntary benefits, comparing different health insurance options, HSA/401(K) education, and finding cost-effective healthcare. Nayya is backed by leading institutional venture funds including Felicis Ventures, Social Leverage, Guardian Strategic Ventures, and Unum Business Ventures.
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