BeneSys Announces BenefitDriven Administration Platform Relaunch

BeneSys is pleased to announce the relaunch of our benefit administration software solution, BenefitDriven, directly to the Taft-Hartley community. BeneSys entered the software industry in 1979 and continues to maintain our software systems in-house to this day. Our BenefitDriven solution will be available to both self-administered groups and third-party administrators.

“BenefitDriven is an unstoppable solution for funds that are looking for a highly automated, accurate and efficient software solution,” says SaaS Sales Director Kristin Geesey. “The acquisition of Beacon SpyGlass in 2021 has uniquely positioned BenefitDriven to be a first-class, end-to-end platform across the multiemployer benefits ecosystem.”

Serving over 220 Taft-Hartley funds across the nation, the cloud-based BenefitDriven solution drives accuracy, reduces training time and administration costs, and provides a comprehensive, fully integrated platform encompassing everything from contributions to claims. BenefitDriven’s suite of services includes:

  • Contributions, collections, and reciprocity
  • Eligibility
  • Claims processing using Beacon SpyGlass
  • Health reimbursement accounts
  • Pension defined benefit
  • Pension defined contribution
  • Supplemental unemployment
  • Vacation fund processing
  • Auxiliary fund processing
  • Self-service participant, trustee, and employer portals

BenefitDriven is backed by our experienced team of industry professionals who are committed to providing the highest level of service, along with the best technology available, to make our clients’ work more accurate and efficient. Our current administrative services clients will not be affected by this relaunch.

For more information about the suite of BenefitDriven technology, contact Kristin Geesey at For more information about the full suite of our administrative services, contact Tom Lally at

People on the Move: Laura Rudibaugh

Laura Rudibaugh

BeneSys is pleased to announce that Laura Rudibaugh has joined the Plan Management team as a Plan Manager in our Youngstown, OH office location. Laura is a graduate of Robert Morris University and her career includes over 26 years of experience with Taft-Hartley Benefit Plans ensuring quality service to build long-term relationships with Boards of Trustees and Fund Professionals throughout the country.

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People on the Move: Kristin Geesey

Kristin Geesey

Industry: Software/services

BeneSys is pleased to announce that Kristin Geesey has joined us as SaaS Sales Director. Kristin’s career consists of 10 years of experience working with business owners, CEOs, CFOs, and Boards of Trustees. She has experience in consulting with clients on safety, trainings, OSHA standards, DOL requirements, benefit plan options, ancillary benefits, and retirement plan options. BeneSys is excited for Kristin to assume her new role and expand the ways we serve software clients.

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People on the Move: Tom Shaevsky

Tom Shaevsky

Industry: Software/services

BeneSys, Inc. is pleased to announce that Tom Shaevsky has joined us as General Counsel based in our Troy, MI headquarters. Tom was graduated from the University of Michigan (J.D. 1992, B.A. 1989) and has 30 years of law practice with the last 20 years focused on ERISA/employee benefits law. His extensive experience includes counseling on compliance, prohibited transactions, reporting and disclosure, merger and acquisition due diligence, QDROs, as well as COBRA, HIPAA, and other benefit issues.

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People on the Move: Regan Dahle

Regan Dahle

Industry: Software/services

BeneSys, Inc. is pleased to announce that Regan Dahle has joined us as Vice President & Associate General Counsel, Human Resources based in our Troy, MI headquarters. Regan brings 27 years of labor and employment law experience to the position, including serving as BeneSys’ outside employment counsel for over 20 years. BeneSys is excited for Regan to assume her new role and continue to improve our human resources operations.

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