DaisyBill is a small-but-mighty, profitable, mission-focused company that serves those who care for ill or injured workers -- think doctors, translators, and medical offices. The company pioneered an innovative, data-driven service to help transform the complex workers’ compensation process, a space that’s typically full of rules, suspicions, and, until now, copious amounts of paperwork. The “incredibly glamorous” world of worker’s comp is “also incredibly administratively burdensome,” Jenny said.
DaisyBill offers a range of Software as a Service (SaaS) subscriptions to help those who care for injured workers to get paid accurately, quickly, and without administrative burdens.
“We’re the authority in this niche. We present to regulators, our blog has a wide reach, as do our webinars,” Jenny said. DaisyBill is a cloud-based software for providers to electronically submit and manage workers’ compensation medical bills. Because it’s electronic, it’s also transparent. “We can help dispel the fog of suspicion around workers’ comp because we have the data and the numbers. We can tell who’s doing what, when, and how often,” Jenny said.
Until recently, the company did little to no advertising, gaining market share through word of mouth coupled with the company’s strength of reputation in the industry.
And now, DaisyBill stands poised for serious growth as it rolls out new products and expands to other states. “Our reputation in some states precedes our ability to work there. People want to sign up in states that we’re not yet set up in. We’re a scale-up, not a start-up,” Jenny said.