As Health Insurance Debate Heats Up, Dynamis Plugs Away

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that use Excel to create models of plans can’t make on-the-fly changes to them if requested by an employer during a meeting, Nunemaker says.

“Excel was never meant to be a complex modeling presentation system,” he says. “It’s a good tool for what it was designed to do. I use Excel to manage my friends’ phone number and address list. [But businesses] have pushed it way beyond its limits.”

Nunemaker says he expects Dynamis will become profitable this year. He declined to say what the company’s total sales were in 2016, or share revenue projections for the current year.

Asked if there might come a day when Dynamis creates software for groups other than health insurance brokers, Nunemaker says “anything is on the table.”

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