Groupon Signs On as CaseBuilder’s 1000th Client!
We’re extremely excited to announce that CaseBuilderTM recently activated its 1000th client – Groupon! While exceeding activation expectations, CaseBuilder has been consistently contributing to efficient UC management, timely and accurate claims response, and very happy Equifax clients!
Working together with SIDES (State Information Data Exchange System), CaseBuilder represents a significant innovation in unemployment claims management. Designed to streamline client efforts, this service offers an intuitive user interface, including a centralized and secure dashboard, which provides increased visibility into case progression and enhanced control over the UC process.
“The CaseBuilder portal simplifies what can be a very complex and time-consuming process,” said David Sloane, senior manager, HR Operations, North America for Groupon. “In the end, it allows our HR team to focus more time supporting and developing our current employees rather than on the administrative processes associated with unemployment compliance.” With CaseBuilder, users can quickly identify and enter details for a specific claim, upload multiple documents, monitor notification priorities, and schedule representation – all from the same view.
In an environment of increasing focus on UI Integrity, CaseBuilder ensures that our clients maintain compliance with varying state regulations throughout the unemployment claims process. And we’re not stopping here… look for additional new enhancements to our UCM solution over the next several months!
Congratulations again to the CaseBuilder team on the 1000th client milestone!
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