Alliant swoops for employee benefits firm

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Alliant swoops for employee benefits firm

Alliant Insurance Services has announced that it has acquired FutureSense, a provider of HR, compensation, and organizational development services. The acquisition expands Alliant’s consulting capabilities within its employee benefits group.

“FutureSense has earned a reputation as a national leader in management consulting through its focus on putting people first,” said Kevin Overbey, president of Alliant Employee Benefits. “They have a diverse team of expert consultants who excel at delivering strategies and solutions that improve business performance and help employees thrive.”

Founded in 1985, FutureSense has a national reach and is active across a spectrum of industries, with a large presence in the healthcare and technology sectors.

“FutureSense has always taken a holistic and strategic approach to working with our clients,” said Jim Finkelstein, founder, president and CEO of FutureSense. “While focusing on people, we strive to deeply understand the ‘business of the business’ and the resultant strategic, tactical and transactional needs of our clients. By aligning with Alliant, we gain access to a robust set of competencies that will expand our reach and provide powerful new tools and resources to our existing clients.”

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FutureSense has been a virtual company since its founding – a fact that Finkelstein said gave it unique insight into the recent move toward remote work.

“We understand the remote worker because we have been remote for our entire existence,” he said.

FutureSense will join the Alliant family of companies and will continue to operate under its current name and brand.