Synerion announces partnership with Enquiron



Synerion, an award-winning provider of time and labor, advanced scheduling, absence management, labor allocation, timesheets, coreHR and more, recently partnered with Enquiron® to deliver the Synerion Employer Resource Center to their customers. Synerion is committed to providing their customers with best-in-class tools and resources aimed at solving their HR and health care needs. The Synerion Employer Resource Center does just that.

All enrolled customers will be personally introduced to a variety of human resource and ERISA health care content, tools and resources including training courses, personalized alerts, news and more. Customers will also have the ability to ask questions to employment law and ERISA health care attorneys.

"Synerion continues to look for additional tools to help our customer base effectively manage their workforce,”  said Lee Lipes, Vice President Product for Synerion. “By partnering with Enquiron, we are working with an industry leader that can alleviate the burden on Human Resource teams to stay on top of compliance and legal issues that effect their business.”

“We are excited to pair our award-winning content with Synerion’s award-winning services,” said Mike Naclerio, President & CEO of Enquiron. “Synerion has been providing their clients with exceptional tools and services, and the Synerion Employer Resource Center is just another example of that. We look forward to bringing the program to Synerion’s customers.”


Enquiron,, headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts, provides consultative business solutions to employers in all 50 states, across various industries, sectors and sizes. Since 1996, Enquiron has revolutionized the way that services impacting Human Resources, Employment Law, Healthcare, Retirement, Cyber Security and more are delivered to and utilized by employers. Enquiron has locations across the United States and is a trusted partner to organizations who need specific answers to specific questions. Follow us on LinkedIn and Twitter.

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