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Company History


Formed via a merger of Lyceum Business Services, Inc., a technology provider and BenePAY, LLC., a payroll/human resource service company, Benepay Technologies (BPT) solves the administrative challenges for organizations of all sizes. The strength of the newly formed BPT is in its ability to leverage best-in-class technology and to change the ecosystem of human resources, benefits administration, compliance and payroll for the organizations they serve.

As a technology company founded in 2003, Lyceum provides an integrated Human Capital Management (HCM) processing solution that eliminates time-consuming administrative tasks, allowing its clients to be more efficient. The OneTouch solution simplifies, integrates and automates the daily essential processes of small to mid-sized organizations, while providing the tools to track and maintain their compliance. The Lyceum growth path included the acquisition of stellar clients such as United States Public Health Service, Skype, several Jewish Community Centers, GetWell Network and the YMCA.

Established in 2008, BenePAY quickly emerged as an industry leader that currently processes payroll for over 1,400 clients in all 50 states, in all industries including manufacturing, construction, professional, agricultural and restaurant/hospitality. With clients ranging in size from 1 to over 4,500 employees, BenePAY LLC. is extremely proud of its ability to provide a continuously superior level of service while controlling costs for its clients.

The combined company is composed of richly talented and knowledgeable individuals who are passionate about offering dedicated, immediate service to our clients. We share a strong belief that our customers’ success propels our success. Our technology and innovations provide the foundation and our highly skilled staff ensures the accuracy of our solution and its ease of use.

Benepay Technologies capitalizes on its OneTouch technology to expand the scope of our solutions and improve the quality of our relationships with partners and our clients. Our goal is to change the landscape of the benefit administration, human resource, and payroll world, by offering a truly single database, single sign-on, fully integrated solution powered by the best service and technology in the industry.


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Our Team:

Erik Rind, President & Chief Executive Officer, is one of the nation’s leading experts in payroll and human resources functionality and processing. After earning a Bachelor’s degree at the George Washington University, Erik joined the human resources consulting group of Price Waterhouse. As a staff and senior consultant with Price Waterhouse, Erik worked on the design and implementation of new payroll systems for the civilian employees of the Navy (NAVSCIPS) and the civilian employees of the Army (STARCIPS); and was the key architect of a new human resource/payroll data information retrieval system (PAIDS), designed and implemented for the Central Intelligence Agency. He authored the protocol for the federal government’s JFMIP (Joint Financial Managers Improvement Program) that redefined and consolidated the requirements for processing human resource and payroll transactions for federal government employees; and was also the key resource in negotiating a joint venture between ADP and Price Waterhouse to provide outsourced payroll services to the federal government.

Robert Pike, Chief Operating Officer, Robert Pike joined BPT in May 2016 and manages our organization’s Client Solutions operations. Bob drives alignments, provides fiduciary oversite and is adept at establishing and stabilizing cost controls of our operations that supports thousands of clients. Bob has 26+ years of experience in numerous operational leadership roles with businesses in transportation, manufacturing and other related industries. Bob has demonstrated exceptional leadership and has been well regarded and recognized for the work he has done mentoring his leadership team. Bob is a skilled motivator and has garnered a great deal of respect from both direct reports, subordinates and clients. He is a firm believer in operating within established budgets and utilizes both metrics and key performance indicators to achieve and exceed financial goals. Bob has also spent considerable time implementing policies and procedures to improve operational efficiencies and attain important economies of scale. He has received numerous awards and honors from previous employers for exceptional service and dedication to corporate initiatives. Bob is a Board member of several not for profit organizations and local charities.

Michael Rosen, Chief Financial Officer, was the CFO for Carlson Group, Inc., a national design and construction services company offering facility assessment and risk analysis, construction consulting and management, prior to joining Lyceum in 2004. At Carlson, Mr. Rosen was responsible for all aspects of the financial, human resources and administrative functions for this $300 million firm of 500 employees. Prior to his position at Carlson, Michael served as CFO for a publicly traded telecommunications firm, a publicly-traded manufacturing firm, and the Australian subsidiary of a publicly-traded environment and engineering company. He began his career at Ernst &Young in Washington, DC after completing his BBA degree at George Washington University.

Norman Ireland, Chief Product Officer, is responsible for product strategy, marketing and business development for BPT. At Lyceum, and previously while he was with Acterna Corporation, Patton Electronics Co., Hughes Network Systems, and Dynatech Communications, Norman developed sales channels, established multinational and international accounts, developed new geographic and vertical markets, and managed diverse teams to successfully launch new Internet-based technology products. Leveraging a strong technical and project management background with sales, marketing and product management expertise, he is an expert at introducing new products into competitive markets. He holds an MBA in Management from The Johns Hopkins University and a BS in Electrical Engineering from Fairleigh Dickinson University.

Mark Hanson, Chief Risk Officer, focuses on compliance and risk in our organization to improve focus, drive alignment, clarify execution and support the accomplishment of our organization’s goals. Prior to joining BPT, Mark served as CEO of Benefits Plus, Inc. a Health Insurance Brokerage serving DC, Maryland, and Virginia. BPI and Lyceum joined forces when Benepay (then named Lyceum) acquired BPI in 2010. Lyceum Insurance Services (LIS) was formed and all BPI employees are now assigned to LIS. Mark was named an officer of Benepay Technologies and holds the title of Chief Risk Officer, Benepay Technologies, LLC, as well as President, Lyceum Insurance Services (LIS). Prior to joining BPI, Mark served in progressively more senior sales and general management positions for Chevy Chase Bank, Sequoia Bank, and, later, United Bank, where he managed the integration of Sequoia, Grand, and Century Banks in a single, powerful region for United. Directly out of High School, Mark served in the U. S. Army as a Military Policeman in Germany. After receiving an honorable discharge, Mark attended Montgomery College in Rockville, and completed his studies in business administration and economics at the University of Maryland.

OZ Fretz, Board Member and Consultant, has over 30 years’ experience as an IT consultant, sales leader, and system engineer. Oz is a graduate of the Naval Academy, and a former Marine Officer. After serving his country he joined Price Waterhouse (PW) and designed and implemented accounting and HR systems for the Department of Treasury, Department of the Army, Department of the Navy, and the CIA. He became a partner with PW. He is a SAP expert and managed the relationships with Westinghouse, WR Grace, and Pratt and Whitney for PW. PW merged with Coopers and Lybrand and he was appointed the PWC consulting group and led the $1B organization.

Oz also led IBM’s Global Business Services after PWC merged their consulting practice with IBM. He also was IBM’s Global Relationship partner for Coca Cola Company. Following his career at IBM, Oz started his own company OS Consulting Enterprises for the technology and staffing industries. He has been involved with multiple divisions of the Randstad companies including two years as President/CEO for B2B Workforce specializing in the ERP staffing and consulting solutions.

Mr. Fretz has a BS in Systems Engineering from the United States Naval Academy. He is a member of the American Mensa Society. He is on the Board of the Marine Toys for Tots Foundation, serves on the boards of Lyceum Business Services, API, and Systems Alliance, Inc.


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