TriNet Launches Partner Program

Burton Goldfield brings more than 25 years of executive experience to his role as president and CEO of TriNet, a human resources outsourcing firm offering a wide array of services to small and mid-sized businesses. Under the leadership of Burton Goldfield, TriNet provides both software and cloud-based human resources solutions to 8,000 clients. Recently, Mr. Goldfield’s firm launched TriNetConnect, a structured program providing support for TriNet’s channel partners.

Through TriNetConnect, TriNet’s insurance brokers and other strategic partners have access to training, support, and marketing services. The program also includes an expansive collection of educational resources on effective human resources solutions. In addition, TriNetConnect includes an incentive program to further encourage success. Partner firms can choose from three tiers of engagement, each offering a different level of commitment. Each successive tier grants firms larger rewards based on business performance and achieved goals.

The launch of TriNetConnect paved the way for the introduction of TriNet’s Partner Advisory Board (PAB). Consisting of 12 executives from several partner industries, the board provides a wealth of knowledge on the company’s suite of human resources solutions.

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TriNet Acquires Ambrose Employer Group

For more than five years, Burton Goldfield has served as the president and chief executive officer of TriNet, which provides payroll, human resources, and employment law compliance services to small businesses. TriNet provides specialized expertise and cloud-based technology to take care of HR functions for companies, so they can concentrate on their core business instead. Burton Goldfield has more than 30 years of executive leadership experience and a degree in finance from Villanova University.

TriNet recently announced the acquisition of Ambrose Employer Group, a New York City professional employer organization (PEO) that specializes in human resources services for emerging financial companies. Ambrose specifically focuses on hedge funds and private equity firms, which will allow TriNet to expand its offerings of human resources services in this sector. TriNet will continue to sell the Ambrose brand, and the combination of TriNet’s industry-leading technology with Ambrose’s high-end business model promises to deliver an elite, unparalleled human resources product.

Burton Goldfield Discusses TriNet Group, Inc.

A strategic human resources business partner and the country’s biggest professional employer organization (PEO), TriNet Group, Inc., offers outsourcing solutions to numerous firms. Headed by President and CEO Burton Goldfield and catering to small and mid-sized businesses, TriNet Group assists with human capital, payroll, and strategy. Moreover, its specialists understand the nuances of various industry sectors, including banking and financial services, health care, technology, nonprofits, and venture capital.

Outsourcing human resources to the TriNet Group provides numerous benefits to companies. It saves them money and time by eliminating the hassle of payroll and associated tax administration. TriNet Group’s specialization in these areas helps companies comply with constantly changing human resources rules, while focusing on their core mission areas.

To find out more about the TriNet Group’s services and to book a free initial consultation, log on to http://www.trinet.com.

About the Author:

As president and chief executive officer of TriNet Group, Burton Goldfield oversees the human resources outsourcing firm. The recipient of a Master of Business Administration from Villanova University, Goldfield introduced 22 new products and services to the company, doubled its revenue, and acquired its larger competitor during his first three years as its head. In 2010, the San Francisco Business Times named Burton Goldfield its Most Admired CEO for his accomplishments at the TriNet Group.

Latest Developments with TriNet Group, Inc.

In October 2012, the human resources outsourcing firm TriNet Group, Inc., told the San Francisco Business Times about its plans to “take the rest of the year off.” This announcement came following its purchase of Strategic Outsourcing Inc., its third acquisition of the year after AccordHR and ExpenseCloud. Furthermore, the deal practically doubled the size of TriNet Group.

The company has continued its string of successes in 2013. Using its TriNet SMBeat statistical analysis software, it revealed that its member clients produced new jobs at nearly eight times the national average during December 2012. In February, TriNet Group launched HRP Mobile, a mobile human resource management app for smartphones and tablets. This program allows users to check payroll data, planned time off, company directories, and other information.

Much of TriNet Group’s success comes from its Chief Executive Officer and President, Burton Goldfield. Joining the firm in 2008, Goldfield professes his personal interest in the goals of his clients, as well as in the achievements of his company. The recipient of a Bachelor of Science in Bio-Medical Engineering from Syracuse University, he also holds a Master of Business Administration from Villanova University. Before coming to TriNet Group, Burton Goldfield held executive positions at IBM Corporation, Hyperion Solutions Corporation, Rational Software and other firms.