The Cambridge Who’s Who Executive of the Year in Finance is one of the highest honors to win in the business world, and one man who has won that award is Brian Bonar. Bonar’s mostly known for his role as CEO of Dalrada Financial Corporation, a San Diego-based firm that specializes in the employee benefits industry and makes them affordable for various businesses.
One of Bonar’s goals has always been to give businesses a more efficient way to do things by outsourcing the heavy work to him for a price, but in the long term saving them time and money.
PR News Wire published that Brian Bonar got his business degrees from the universities of Strathclyde and Staffordshire and started out his career holding various sales and marketing positions for companies such as Rastek Corporation, Adaptec, Bezier Systems and others.
He eventually became interested in professional employer organizations (PEO), a revolutionary way to outsource various responsibilities businesses are saddled with to a third party business. One of Bonar’s companies most known for this concept is Trucept, Inc. a business that manages the HR functions of a business and becomes a co-employer. Through Trucept, businesses don’t have to waste resources on things such as recruiting, tax and payroll management, or other compliance issues as Trucept takes care of that for them – http://people.equilar.com/bio/brian-bonar-trucept–inc./salary/470203#.Vye_cEURW4E.
Bonar has also served as CEO at ITEC, a company that started out as simply a manufacturer of printers, copiers, and other machinery used in digital imaging, but has now expanded to more streamlined services and even developed their own proprietary software. Read more at: All About Brian Bonar, Leader and Executive
ITEC has looked to go beyond simply developing the equipment business need for their paperwork, to offer servicing, installation, and helping clients integrate it into their IT infrastructure. Bonar continues to work on new business service innovations and finding a better way to do things than the old way.