To provide honest and unbiased consulting services to our clients in the areas of HR and business technology. To help companies find the right technology solutions that will allow them to run their business and manage their people more efficiently. Our mission will be carried out by building trust with our customers and never compromising our integrity.
Trinity Advisors is an experienced consulting firm that helps our clients find the best Human Capital Management (HCM) technology partners for their business. Unlike most consultants, our team has decades of HCM sales experience so we can help you successfully navigate through very complex and confusing selection processes.
Many of our clients had been through extensive HCM technology projects only to find that their chosen vendor was not the right partner for them. They admittedly did not know how to buy such complex technology to meet their organizational needs. Costing their company countless hours of work and, in many cases, hundreds of thousands of dollars. This happens too often and for many different reasons. Trinity consultants are well versed in all aspects of HCM technology and will guide your team to make sure your business is choosing the right long-term partner.
Trinity consultants work for you. We approach each consulting engagement as a clean slate. No templates or a "one size fits all" process. You are unique, your needs are unique and we understand that. This means we only bring valid solutions to your evaluation team and providing honest, unbiased guidance throughout each stage of your project.
Jeff Severson had almost 12 years of Human Capital Management (HCM) sales and leadership experience when he founded Trinity Advisors. Over his career, he had the opportunity to work with enterprise Talent Acquisition & Talent Management solutions, advanced Benefit Enrollment software, best of breed Time and Attendance applications and fully unified Human Capital Management Technology. He has provided technology solutions to companies across the United States in some of the most complicated and restrictive environments. His success selling across all market segments offers a unique advantage to our clients as they approach a complex technology selection project. Prior to dedicating his time to the Human Capital industry, Jeff worked in commercial sales where he managed high profile accounts such as Office Max, Office Depot, Staples, Corporate Express and CDW. During this time he was responsible for product placement, revenue growth and was involved in multi-year contract negotiations.
As the HCM industry continues to grow, evolve and become more sophisticated, what used to be a fairly straight forward buying process quickly became much more overwhelming. With dozens of mergers and acquisitions each year, new innovative players constantly emerging and the ever changing world of Human Capital needing to address four generations of workers, it has become nearly impossible for companies to stay up to date with the HCM industry's rapid changes.
Jeff realized that there is, and will continue to be, a need to have professional guidance to help organizations make sense of an extremely complex process. Too often companies would invest in a solution only to realize they had purchased the wrong system for their business. These companies would either be stuck with a software that clearly fell short of their expectations and tainted their reputation with their peers, or they would begin a new search for another HCM vendor that would be more in line with their needs. This, of course, costing the organization countless hours, dollars and resources. As these scenarios became more and more common, Jeff developed a strong desire to help these companies find the right solutions for their business.
Trinity Advisors was created to help prevent these types of unfortunate situations from occurring. Jeff is dedicated to applying his personal industry experience and knowledge to help companies make better buying decisions and prevent costly mistakes. As Benjamin Franklin stated “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.”