November 12, 2019

Strategic Acquisition by Next Level to Expand North Texas Health Benefits Offerings

  • By Abhishek Upadhyay
  • August 6, 2019
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Strategic Acquisition By Next Level To Expand North Texas Health Benefits Offerings

Becomes one of the fastest-growing employee benefits agencies in North Texas

The Dallas-based Healthcare consulting and brokerage firm, Next Level Insurance Agency, recently announced the acquisition of A&H Benefits. This is the third acquisition by the company within a span of one and a half years. Furthermore, Next Level Insurance Agency is now one of the fastest-growing boutique employee benefits agencies in North Texas.

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Access to Better Healthcare Solutions and Better Cost-Savings

Primarily based in North Texas and with service centers in Florida and Colorado, Next Level offers a local perspective with a national presence. It has been in existence for over 10 years as an employee health benefits agency. Not only does it provide business owners and employees with better Healthcare solutions, but also with better cost-saving solutions too. In addition, it offers more choices to control and manage their health and well-being. The company comes up with ways to limit risk, manage health plans, and control costs. It doesn’t just stop with the delivery of a good. But goes on to provide tailor-made strategic plans.

A&H Benefits has supported the growth of over 100 small to mid-sized local companies for over 20 years in North Texas. It has made a lasting impact on the community. It offers various affordable Healthcare plans for employees to provide a robust benefits suite. Its range of offerings includes retirement solutions and executive benefits. Therefore, businesses looking to scale their operations benefit from A&H services.

John Norman, CEO of a Financial Services practice in Addison, Texas, was excited to know that Next Level Insurance Agency would be taking over the day-to-day management of their employee benefits. “Danny O’ Connell and his team have a well-known reputation in the industry for bringing unique benefits solutions to their clients. Their approach enables small businesses to gain the same purchasing power as big brands or a large company,” he remarked.

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Addressing Employee Health Benefits Needs by Custom Solutions

As a result of the acquisition, Next Level will be in charge of over 250 companies. Those will include start-up organizations to companies with up to 500 employees. It credits the rapid growth to delivering long-term tactics for cost and benefit stability of employees that go beyond the status quo. A dedicated team works pro-actively to provide effective resources to address clients’ issues. Every client of Next Level will have the option to offer a mobile health benefits platform to their staff.

The CEO of Preston Hollow Capital – Max Pickle said, “While most brokers respond with plan changes and rate increases, Next Level is bringing solutions that better address our employee needs. In today’s market, it’s rare to see a consultant deliver a high-tech, high-touch approach for every aspect of the process; employee benefits education, administration, and ongoing analysis of our spend and plan performance.”

Danny O’Connell, the Founder, and CEO of Next Level Insurance Agency says, “Our goal is to grow strategically – in the right way. David and the support team at A&H Benefits have done an exceptional job over the years to exceed their clients’ expectations.”

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Abhishek Upadhyay

Abhishek Upadhyay is a Content Marketer with an affinity and flair for writing. He has crafted blog articles and marketing collateral for both B2B and B2C campaigns in his career of over 7 years and served various industries covering IT, Mass Media, Manufacturing, e-Commerce, and Services. The world of digital marketing is of immense interest to him. A staunch supporter of the Harvard comma, Abhishek is often called a Grammar Nazi.
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