Primepoint Gives CADES an Assist - Phang Creates Some Fun and Laughter
Virtual Event, September 16, 2020 – Primepoint utilized its 2020 Philadelphia Union Assist program donation to support CADES, which is a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the lives of children and adults with intellectual & physical disabilities in the counties surrounding Philadelphia. To highlight Primepoint’s philanthropy and the extraordinary work and mission of CADES, the Philadelphia Union and the team’s mascot, Phang, held a Virtual Read-Along to CADES students and other local children.
As the official payroll provider of the Philadelphia Union, Primepoint pledges a donation for every Union player goal assist throughout the soccer season. CADES, a longtime Primepoint customer, is the organization selected by the company to receive the donations resulting from the 2020 season. As with all organizations, CADES was facing additional challenges in 2020. As a result, Primepoint provided CADES with more than the maximum donation amount before the 2020 soccer season started, enabling them to put those funds to use when they were needed most.
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Philadelphia Union and Primepoint Partner to Donate $3,500 to Hopeworks of Camden
CHESTER, Pa. (December16, 2019) – Philadelphia Union and Primepoint partnered together to award $3,500 to Hopeworks of Camden, an organization based in Camden, NJ that help local youth return to school and to achieve gainful employment.
The donation was awarded as a part of the Union and Primepoint’s Assist Program, which for every assist made during the club’s 2019 season, Primepoint would make a donation up to $3,500.
“The 2019 Assist Program is a perfect illustration of a Union partnership at work,” said Jean-Paul Dardenne, Senior Vice President of Corporate Partnerships at the Philadelphia Union. “We are so proud to work with Primepoint on this program and to give back to such a worthy organization like Hopeworks of Camden.”
The check presentation included Jerry Hampton, Major Accounts Specialist at Primepoint, Adam Tuval, Director of Corporate Partnerships at Philadelphia Union, Dan Rhoton, Executive Director at Hopeworks as well as Primepoint executives, Hopeworks executives and Hopeworks students.
Philadelphia Union announced a new partnership with Primepointat the beginning of 2019, making the company the official payroll provider, as well as the official human resource management service of the Philadelphia Union and Talen Energy Stadium.
Primepoint Ranked #1 by NJBIZ Readers
November 18, 2019, Somerset, NJ – Ken Kiczales, Publisher NJBIZ, announced today that Primepoint was selected as the winner in the “Best Payroll Service Company” category of the 2019 Readers’ Ranking Awards.
For the NJBIZ 2019 Reader Rankings program, the publication’s readers nominated their top companies in over 60 categories. The finalists advanced to the voting round where readers voted for their favorite company in each category. NJBIZ listed the first, second, and third place winners in each category. Primepoint was first in the Best Payroll Service Company category.
Vic Scire, Vice President Marketing, said, “Primepoint is honored to have been selected #1 in the payroll category. We’re grateful to all our customers and the publication’s other readers for casting their vote for Primepoint.”
Ken Kiczales, Publisher NJBIZ, said “The companies identified are notable for the devotion they inspire among our region’s business leaders. With the results of the 2019 NJBIZ Reader Rankings survey we continue to value the input of our readers and honor our tradition of recognizing all the ways local businesses form the unique identity of New Jersey.”
Earlier this year Primepoint received a similar distinction from South Jersey Biz readers, who selected Primepoint as the “Best of Biz” in the payroll service company category for the third consecutive year.
Primepoint Receives Corporate Partner Award
October 3, West Orange NJ, The Arc of Essex County presented Primepoint with its 2019 Corporate Partner Award at a ceremony that preceded the Arc's annual Uncorked Uncapped fundraising event. A customer of Primepoint since 2009, the Arc honored Primepoint for being a trusted partner and financial supporter.
Linda Cancro Lucas, Arc Essex County, Chief Executive Officer said, “Primepoint and the Arc of Essex County’s Finance and Human Resources Department collaborate to customize operational, payroll, and training systems maximizing the agency’s efficiency and impacting the system for not-for-profits statewide. These efforts have had a direct impact on not only the Arc but those we serve. The flexible and customizable solutions offered by Primepoint ensure the Arc staff can focus time and attention where it is needed most. Month long reporting time has been reduced to 15 minutes, and real-time data access allows the agency to identify trends as they are happening and respond accordingly. The dependability of Primepoint’s solutions was instrumental in the Arc’s successful transition from a contract based system to a fee-for-service model. As the Arc continues to pilot and customize new systems with Primepoint, the impact on the agency and those we serve will continue to grow.”
Primepoint currently serves 6 Arcs throughout the state of New Jersey in addition to many other non-profit organizations - from other agencies that provide support to individuals with disabilities, to churches, schools, educational foundations, homeless organizations, and many others.
Alex Bothwell, Primepoint, Chief Executive Officer said, “Right from the very start in 2009 we knew that it was going to be a very special relationship. The connectivity and like mindedness we had about what we could do together was pretty amazing. One thing we noticed right away is that getting better wasn’t an event, it was a journey. This is something that was really special to us at Primepoint; we could take this journey with the Arc. And the journey is not over, but both our organizations are up for the challenge and eager to continue the journey. I would like to thank the Arc for this award, it is really an honor to be recognized this way, but I really want to thank the Arc for allowing us the opportunity to be a good partner by providing your time and input. Those efforts on your part have resulted in solutions that can be applied to all NJ Arcs and other non-profits. One of the things the Arc does so well is make people better every day, and that’s one thing you have also done for us, you’ve made Primepoint better.”