PayTech Top Sponsor for the Wheels of Justice team in the Courage Classic 2019!
How did you learn about WOJ?
Brandon Nuechterlein challenged his brother in law, our CFO, Nick Buckley, into doing the Courage Classic in 2014. Not wanting to shy away from a challenge Nick accepted and ended up loving the event and cycling so much he continued on to do several other rides in addition to the Courage Classic. After Nick caught the cycling bug, he started talking to Jan Allen, PayTech’s CEO about his cycling adventures and had a chance to describe the event and how the WOJ team funds directly contribute to the CBD and not ‘toilet paper’ for the overall hospital. Jan has always been passionate about helping sick and/or underprivileged children, so everything started to add up to this cause being very appealing. It also gave Jan the excuse to add cycling to her workout repertoire which she has truly enjoyed, with last year marking the first mountain pass she had ever climbed.
How many years have you sponsored?
PayTech has been a sponsor for 4 years, but has had employees riding on the team for the last 6 years.
Do you (or anyone in your company) ride or attend the Courage Classic? Yes.
Jan Allen, President & CEO, Nick Buckley, CFO, ride with their significant others attend.
Tell us about your company? Specifically What does your company do? PayTech is a Payroll and HRIS Consulting Company that employs a ‘walk beside you approach’ to strategically guide companies through change management. Their team of experts have supported companies of all industries and sizes, providing fresh ideas, and objective expertise since 1999. Serving the United States and Global Markets, PayTech offer’s Human Capital Management System Consulting in the areas of: Project Management, client side Implementations, Payroll Consulting,System/Process Optimization, Carve Outs/Mergers and Acquisitions, HRIS Services and Payroll Managed Services.
Tell us anything about the culture, and mission of your company that helped make your decision to sponsor Wheels of Justice?
Jan Allen, PayTech’s Founder/President/CEO, has donated much of her life to community involvement. Jan believes community outreach is vital and is a loyal supporter of many community programs and various charitable organizations. Jan has a special place in her heart for Children and as soon as she found out about Wheels of Justice, she was ready to get involved and help. As PayTech continues to grow, Jan has increased PayTech’s contributions and involvement in the community . Along with WOJ, PayTech also contributes to the following Non-profit organizations: Rocky Mountain Down Syndrome Association, The American Cancer Society, and Nyaka AIDS Orphans Project in Uganda. For the last 17 years, Jan has supported our troops with the PayTech “Adopt-A-Soldier program”. Each week, PayTech sends care packages to deployed US soldiers that are friends or family of PayTech employees. These boxes are filled with home-made cookies, toiletries, books, magazines and goodies. In addition, PayTech donates to the Wounded Warrior Program, Dress for Success, Denver Rescue Mission, Rocky Mountain School of Expeditionary Learning. PayTech also sponsors teams for the ‘Race for the Cure’ event, ‘Passionately Pink for the Cure, Survivors in Sync, and a ‘Relay for Life’ team.
How can our riders support your business as a thank you for your support? PayTech generally works with large companies (150+ employees) that are switching their payroll systems, wanting to optimize/streamline their current payroll processes, looking for someone to fill in for maternity leave, emergency or illness, along with providing help with a host of other payroll related topics and needs. Do you need help or do you know anyone who may need some Payroll related assistance? Toss PayTech’s name around and suggest they give them a call and see if they can help!