|By PR Newswire||
|February 19, 2014 08:30 AM EST||
RICHMOND, Va., Feb. 19, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Connexions Loyalty announced this week that it has been chosen by Healthper, a leader in corporate health and wellness initiatives, to provide incentive and reward services that increase employee engagement.
Connexions Loyalty will integrate its fulfillment and shopping experience known as the "Exceed Wellness Suite" into Healthper's wellness programs to incentivize employees for achieving lifestyle goals and engaging in behaviors that lead to better health. Participants will have access to a broad range of exciting products as a reward for their healthy behavior. For example, a participant who tracks their daily fitness routine through Healthper's "Super Powers" card could be eligible for items like a Fitbit® Flex. Additionally, a participant who brings their cholesterol to within normal range could be eligible to redeem for a gift card to a participating store of their choice.
"We build solutions that connect individuals, employers, health plans and health care professionals to encourage better health and a more cost-effective health care system," said Healthper CEO David J. Lenihan. "Connexions Loyalty extends our offering to further empower companies to have healthy, productive, engaged employees."
Connexions Loyalty's Exceed Wellness Suite offers incentives and rewards from a robust catalog of thousands of items designed to excite and engage program participants. Among the incentives offered are gift cards from name brand merchants as well as sought-after products including the iPad® Air and iPad® Mini, sports and exercise equipment, active wear and spa items.
"Industry leaders like Healthper are looking for ways to further enhance their health and wellness programs, and Connexions Loyalty helps them drive value for their clients through industry-leading incentives, rewards, turnkey solutions and exciting user experiences that drive sustained engagement," said Scott Lazear, President Connexions Loyalty. "Our partnership will bring greater incentives and rewards to their clients and program participants."
Connexions Loyalty offers Healthper a 30-year history of successfully building customer loyalty and engagement programs for some of the most recognizable brands in the world including leading financial institutions, hotels, airlines and automotive manufacturers.
About Connexions Loyalty
Connexions Loyalty is one of the industry's leading incentives solution providers, offering access to the largest range of incentives from the world's most respected brands. The company helps organizations increase returns on their wellness programs through exciting incentives, turnkey solutions and an industry leading consumer experience that drives sustained engagement. Connexions Loyalty is a leader in customer engagement, and serves tens of millions of active users throughout the United States. For more information, visit www.cxloyalty.com/healthandwellness.
Healthper is an innovative healthcare technology company, founded in 2010 and developed by the team from CareGain that pioneered the Consumer-Directed Healthcare segment and built the leading platform for managing Health Savings Accounts (HSA). Healthper helps drive sustainable long-term behavioral changes through its enterprise-ready, social health engagement platform. Healthper can increase participation and improve health outcomes by making health & wellness fun, social, and rewarding. The solution promotes adherence through compliance schedules that are rules-driven and operate on participant data, in turn providing real-time reporting and measurable outcomes. Healthper is a privately held company based in Princeton, NJ. For more information, please visit: www.healthper.com or follow us on twitter @healthper
iPad® is a registered trademark of Apple Inc. All rights reserved. Apple is not a participant in or sponsor of this promotion.
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