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iSolved to be Part of Toast of Schaumburg Event

11 October, 2018 | Press Releases


Charlotte, NC — October 11, 2018

iSolved HCM, a leading human capital management company with an office in Schaumburg, Illinois, will be part of the Toast of Schaumburg event. This community-focused event will take place on October 12, 2018 at the Renaissance Schaumburg Hotel & Convention Center.

The Toast of Schaumburg is designed to celebrate the local businesses, as well as the individuals who volunteer and lead the way to strengthen and create a more vibrant community. In the recent years, the event has added a philanthropy element, giving away scholarships to local high school seniors who plan to pursue business-related degrees in college, as well as adults looking to further their careers in advanced fields. The Toast of Schaumburg takes place every year and supports the members who are actively part of the community, providing an opportunity for those involved in the business community to connect with and recognize one another.

AmCheck, now an iSolved HCM company, received the Brian H. Burke Business of the Year award at the event last year and will be announcing this year’s recipient. Katie Berganske-Frank, a director of sales at iSolved HCM, has been nominated for two awards at this year’s event: the Laurie Stone Woman of the Year award and the Leader of the Year award. The Laurie Stone Woman of the Year award recognizes a woman who has excelled in her career, field, or passion, and whose commitment, vision, and talents make her a true leader in her community. The Leader of the Year award is given to a community leader and business champion who exemplifies qualities of visionary leadership and effective communication skills, which foster strong business relationships, community involvement, and achievements within the business community.

Berganske-Frank has been very involved in giving back to the Schaumburg community. She lives in Schaumburg and sits on the board of the directors as well as serves as an ambassador for the Schaumburg Business Organization. She created and chaired the nonprofit alliance, which now includes more than 50 nonprofit organizations, giving them access to resources that might otherwise be challenging to obtain and develop a culture designed for their unique needs. Berganske-Frank is also part of the District 54 Foundation, which supports the local elementary school districts. The foundation is dedicated to enhancing the academic experiences of District 54 students by providing funds to support programs and activities that do not fit into the district’s normal operating budget. One such program is Food for Thought, which ensures kids don’t go to school hungry.

Schaumburg is a unique community for businesses. The city is known as a mini version of Chicago, more than doubling in size on weekdays as business owners and employees travel in to be part of the vibrant and strong economy. iSolved HCM is proud to be part of the local business community in Schaumburg and is looking forward to being part of the Toast of Schaumburg event this year.

About iSolved

iSolved HCM is an industry-leading human capital management technology company that brings together the key workforce functions in one robust, easy-to-use platform, iSolved. iSolved, now with Mojo, makes it easy for teams to build connections and unleash innovation. The HCM platform manages all mission-critical functions, including payroll, HR, time & attendance, and benefits, delivered from a single application. Built-in tools and features boost engagement, collaboration, and performance. It has achieved rapid market share, with more than 5 million employees and growing. iSolved is delivered through elite, regional payroll providers who provide customers with the white-glove service they demand. This unique approach gives employers access to a cutting-edge HCM solution, while retaining the local service relationship they prefer. For more information, visit


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