Few small businesses have the capability to scale their benefits and HR services to match their ambitious growth plans. By providing such growth-enabling services to this market, HR technology company Namely hopes to make a name for itself.

In fact, the company has most recently become a licensed broker in all 50 states as part of its efforts to become “an end-to-end HR technology platform for small- to mid-size businesses,” according to founder and CEO Matt Straz.

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