Trion Solutions opens new office in Scottsdale

Trion Solutions, 7077 E. Marilyn Road, is under the leadership of Trion co-founder and president, David Stone; and chief operating officer, Craig Vanderburg. (Submitted photo)

Trion Solutions, which helps small- to mid-size businesses manage human resources administration has a new Scottsdale office.

According to a press release, the new Trion office is at 7077 E. Marilyn Road. The company is under the leadership of Trion co-founder and president, David Stone; and chief operating officer, Craig Vanderburg.

According to Mr. Stone, Trion Solutions eases HR administration for small to mid-size businesses by helping them remain focused on its core businesses.

Trion’s size provides client employees access to better benefits and HR services typically available to much larger corporations, while taking employer risk and regulatory strain off the clients, the release said.

Trion has specialists in benefits administration, workers’ compensation and regulatory compliance.

“In short, we help our clients attract and retain top talent, mitigate risk and stabilize costs,” said Mr. Stone in a prepared statement.

“All of us at Trion Solutions are thrilled to have selected Scottsdale as the location of our next highly important office. We are fortunate to enjoy many existing client relationships with companies in Arizona and surrounding states, and we look forward to meeting many new business owners, CEOs and CFOs in the weeks and months ahead,” Mr. Vanderburg said in a prepared statement.

“We have assembled an amazing staff and along with our technology platform and depth of expertise on Team Trion we have quite a unique value proposition for existing and future clients,” he added.

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