View full article here. Tech Buzz News wrote an article about Eddy! “After a decade in professional basketball, today Travis Hansen is the CEO of @eddyhr, a software startup that helps business owners and #HR professionals track applicants, onboard new hires, store documents, and manage ongoing personnel needs.”
EddyHR is excited and proud to announce its partnership with the Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation of America. The Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation is a non-profit, volunteer-driven organization that is dedicated to finding cures for Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis and improving the quality of life of the children and adults affected by these diseases. Why
Listen to the FULL podcast here. EddyHR’s President of Sales Jordan Boogard was recently invited to appear on the Nurture Small Business Podcast. This podcast, hosted by Denise Cagan at DCA Virtual, dives into the details of what it’s like to manage people and HR processes with EddyHR. Jordan describes how Eddy listens to customers to build their product roadmap,
Read the full article here. In a first-of-its-kind event, Utah’s SHRM chapter hosted SHRK Tank, a fun, pitch-focused business competition for companies focused on the HR space. SHRK Tank brought over 200 HR professionals and 20 entrepreneurs together for a series of company presentations about exciting new HR products and services. EddyHR was lucky enough
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View the full article here. EddyHR’s parent company, Tesani Companies, has just been recognized by Utah Business as one of the best places to work in the state of Utah. Tesani Companies and EddyHR are grateful to be recognized as a top place to work. A lot of time, effort, and commitment goes into creating
Eddy is excited to announce that its parent company, Tesani Companies, has been recognized and certified by Fortune as a “Great Place to Work.” Fortune’s 100 Best Companies to Work For list is going on its 23rd year and has become the gold standard for workplace evaluation. This award is a public acknowledgment of the
Listen to the full interview here. EddyHR CEO Travis Hansen appeared on the Enterprise Podcast Network to discuss his journey from professional basketball player to software entrepreneur. In this 15-minute interview, Hansen talks about why he chose to get into business after a lengthy basketball career, the most important lessons he’s learned from starting multiple
Every quarter, Shortlister sifts through hundreds of software solutions and awards their favorite products with a “Top Vendor” recognition. Shortlister is the #1 marketplace for employers and consultants to find and select providers in the human capital, well-being and benefits space. Shortlister evaluates eligible companies based on three criteria, which are: Company Size and Stability, Business Performance,
View the article here. Tesani Companies, EddyHR’s parent company, has recently been voted by Utah Valley Magazine as one of the Valley’s best places to work in 2020. Tesani Companies has won similar awards from the Salt Lake Tribune as one of Utah’s best workplaces. EddyHR is proud to belong the the Tesani family of
View the article here. Every year, Utah Valley Magazines creates an opportunity for Utah Valley residents to vote on the best companies, services, places, and restaurants across the valley. The competition is fierce, and the winners receive a badge of honor. This year, we’re please to announce that EddyHR was selected as the #2 ranked
Press Release For Immediate Release: April 14 2020 Media Contact: Ryan Sagers, Marketing Manager Company: EddyHR Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: https://eddyhr.com/ Lead: EddyHR finds purpose in their new branding PROVO, UT April 2020: EddyHR is excited to announce a change of brand identity. Along with a new logo, EddyHR is updating its color palette, website,
View the full article here. FinScreener.com, a global finance and business news source, featured EddyHR in an interview with Travis Hansen that they published in March 2020.
View the full article here. EddyHR as a product wasn’t launched until late 2018, but things were set in motion on a basketball court in 2003 when Travis Hansen met 9-year-old Ryan Sagers. Seventeen years later, The company they built together acquired Pay-Role HR Solutions to provide an easy solution to yet another SMB human
View full article here. EddyHR acquires Pay-Role HR Solutions and poises themselves to pull ahead of the heard of HR tech solutions. The founders of both companies, Travis Hansen and Jordan Boogaard are excited about this step forward and the opportunities it will open up.
EddyHR, one of the fastest-growing HR tech companies in Silicon Slopes, has acquired Pay-Role HR solutions, a fast-growing Utah-based payroll provider. This acquisition is the perfect opportunity for both companies to expand their customer base and grow the services they provide.
Making Tesani an amazing place to work is very important to us, and we put a lot of effort into making that happen. It’s nice to see that effort pay off in being awarded one of Utah’s best places to work for the third year running!
Travis Hansen was invited for a guest interview on RevRoad’s podcast, a resource to give entrepreneurs the tools they need to grow. Travis gave his insights on how his career in pro basketball and top-notch mentors helped him on his path to success in business. These successes not only lead to Travis’ great career but
Travis Hansen and UVU men’s basketball Coach Mark Pope teamed up to give back to the new incoming freshman at Utah Valley University. They know the struggles of being a freshman, as Travis was once in their exact seat. Tesani offered 2 freshmen a chance to shoot a half-court shot for $5,000! Braden Ellis a
Interview by Bryan Phelps, CEO of Big Leap. Watch the interview here. Introducing the first episode of the Big Leap Web Series with Tesani Companies founder Travis Hansen! We interviewed Travis to learn more about what it takes to become a successful leader and his own journey to success.
Interview by Howard B for Latter-Day Profiles. Watch the interview here. Travis Hansen is the founder and CEO of Tesani Companies. Travis is a former basketball player for Brigham Young University, the Atlanta Hawks and the EuroLeague, founded Tesani in 2007 as Tesani Capital, a real estate investment firm. His goal with the business was to
Written by Michaela Proctor for The Daily Universe. Read the article here. Former BYU basketball player Travis Hansen spent nearly 10 years playing professional basketball before he retired to work in business. Over the past five years, he has worked to build Tesani Companies, a local holding company that incubates businesses from the ground up. Through his experience
Written by Michaela Proctor for The Daily Universe. Read the full article here. As BYU students graduate and move into the workforce, they are among a population of millennials that expects more benefits than companies offered even a few years ago. Not only have the types of jobs changed with advances in technology and innovation, but
Interview by Devin Thorpe for Your Mark on the World. Watch the interview here. Written by Api Podder for Your Mark on the World. Read the article here. As a child, Karli Sue VerHoef was a quadriplegic. At the time, she was told she always would be. She came to appreciate how she depended on others for help. When she recovered,
Written by Heather Stewart for Utah Business. Read the article here. It’s got to be more than ping-pong tables, right? And the novelty of office Nerf gun battles surely must wear off quickly. So what is the secret formula for becoming a company where people aspire to work, where every job announcement draws a flood of
Written by Sean Walker for KSL. Read the article here. Just 10 games into the 2017-18 season, the resurgence of the BYU men’s basketball program is apparent. The Cougars are 8-2, their best start since 2011-12, and rank among the top 75 teams in the country in KenPom with the third-best mark in the West Coast
Written for Utah Business. Congratulations to the “Micro” companies honored in the 2017 Best Companies to Work For program. Companies in this category have between 25 and 50 full time employees. All of the companies that participated in the Best Companies to Work For program went through a rigorous examination of workplace elements such as benefits
Written by Jeanette Bennett for Utah Valley 360. Read the article here. TESANI: TRAVIS HANSEN, 39 Travis Hansen learned leadership during nearly two decades on the basketball court for UVU, BYU and the NBA. Now he’s fast breaking on the wave of entrepreneurism. “Surfers paddle 90 percent of the time, and 10 percent of the time they get
Written by Caleb Turner for the Daily Universe. Read the article here. BYU basketball alumnus Travis Hansen spoke to students at the Student Athlete Building on Nov. 30. As a former professional basketball player and experienced entrepreneur, he came to advise students on how to find similar success in their post-college careers. Hansen, a Utah County native, played
Written by Travis Hansen. Read the article here. I traveled with my Dad and two sons, Ryder and Mason, to the Duke vs Utah Valley University game last week in Durham, North Carolina. Coach K won his 1,000 win for Duke and at the end of the game he said; “We can’t think about what
Written by Karissa Neely for The Daily Herald. Read the article here. There are many, many companies in Utah County that have charitable organizations attached to their business, but only a few were started with the nonprofit organization at the forefront. Tesani Companies in Provo is one of those few. Travis Hansen, former basketball player for Brigham Young University,
Written by Rebecca Lane for Utah Valley 360. Read the article here. After fighting for space at the UCCU Center for years, Utah Valley University’s basketball teams now have a home to call their own. UVU cut the net to the NUVI Basketball Center on Wednesday afternoon signifying the official opening of the facility. Cathy Nixon, UVU women’s
Written by Layton Shumway for the Deseret News. Read the article here. Utah Valley University cut down the nets on Wednesday to officially open the NUVI Basketball Center, a new practice and conditioning facility to house its men’s and women’s basketball teams. The 14,500-square-foot facility was funded entirely by private donations and sponsorships totaling approximately $4.4
Written for Utah Valley University. Travis Hansen founded Tesani Companies in 2013, founded LIFT Company in 2013 and co-founded Sunshine Heroes Foundation with his wife in 2007. He played collegiate basketball for two schools: Utah Valley State College and Brigham Young University, where he earned the Defensive Player of the Year, All- District and All-Conference Honors in
Written by Rebecca Lane for Utah Valley 360. Read the article here. Utah Valley University’s basketball teams have been sharing its gym for years. Cathy Nixon, who is heading into her 22nd season as UVU women’s basketball head coach, remembers sharing the gym with lions, tigers, bears, the circus, motocross and a large variety of shows and businesses.
Written by Dick Harmon for Deseret News. Read the article here. Travis Hansen, Kevin Nixon and Brian Santiago, three Utah Valley University stars who carved out big-time careers at BYU and Fresno State, stood by the side and at the back during ceremonies to break ground for a basketball practice facility at their alma mater. They were amazed,
Written by Jonathan Marino for Business Insider. Read the article here. TRAVIS HANSEN MOVED IN TO PRIVATE EQUITY AFTER PLAYING FOR THE NBA’S ATLANTA HAWKS. After playing college ball at Utah Valley State College and Brigham Young University, Hansen was drafted No. 37 overall in the NBA draft and joined the Atlanta Hawks. He would go on to
Written by Travis Hansen for Deseret News. Read the article here. There is something magical about the combination of helping others while receiving nothing tangible in return that gets into your soul and takes you on a magical journey. Jessica Braithwaite is a mother of five, lives in Highland, Utah, and has been on many magical
Dick Harmon: Former BYU basketball star Travis Hansen is a ‘regular guy’ whose life has made a big difference to others
Written by Dick Harmon for Deseret News. Read the article here. Travis Hansen just retired from professional basketball at the age of 33. A guy that young shouldn’t have done all he’s done. Since leaving Mountain View High, Utah Valley University, BYU, the NBA and a high-level lucrative career in European basketball, he’s made millions. Yet he projects