What is Nomad?

Published: Jan 01 | 2017
Modified: Mar 18 | 2019

Benefits by Design (BBD) Inc. provides a free, secure online way to connect customers to information related to their group benefit plans. It’s called “Nomad” because it roams as easily as you do, and as your job demands it.

Plan Administrators – Taking Care of Everyday Business

Your Nomad platform is a one-stop shop for your group benefits plan. It is a quick and easy way to view coverage, make updates to your benefits plan, and even contact BBD for help or questions that you might have.

Nomad for Plan Administrators is updated regularly to feature information and support for organizations who are working to keep their employees healthy and well informed.

Here’s what Plan Administrators can do through Nomad:

  • View current benefits coverage
  • Download their benefits booklet and schedule of benefits
  • View prior and new invoices
  • Access important resources including forms
  • Add, edit, or terminate employees
  • Make changes to employee information when life events (marriage, children, etc.) occur
  • Update employee salary and class information

Save time administering your benefits. Watch this demo video to learn more.

Advisors – Taking Care of Your Business

Nomad functions like a dashboard for your business with BBD. It summarizes information about all of your groups and keeps you updated on developments in the industry that could impact your clients.

Nomad is a connection for you, to details and information that support your client meetings. Reporting and information on in-progress quotes, commission statements, group summaries, and more help Advisors support their clients in well-informed and up-to-date fashion.

Here’s what Advisors can do through Nomad:

  • View plan designs, claims experience and claims breakdown reports
  • Prior and next invoices for each client
  • Access specific marketing material and forms
  • Download client’s benefits booklet
  • Access client contact information
  • Contact your BBD team

Want a sneak peek? Watch this demo to learn more.

Originally published January 1, 2017. Updated March 18, 2019.