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Jellyvision Slaps Partner Ed Oravetz on the Back for Winning 2014 Broker of the Year Award

VISICOR Broker and Reseller of ALEX, The Virtual Benefits Counselor, Says "Thanks"; Also, "Ouch"

CHICAGO, IL and HOUSTON, TX -- (Marketwired) -- 04/16/14 -- Today Jellyvision, maker of ALEX, the virtual employee benefits counselor and ALEX Does Health Care Reform, throws a hearty congratulations to channel partner Ed Oravetz, president and senior benefits consultant at VISICOR, Inc., for receiving the 2014 Broker of the Year Award from Benefits Selling Magazine. Oravetz received the honor at the 2014 Benefits Selling Expo, which was held from April 1-3, 2014 in Colorado Springs, Colo.

According to Summit Professional Networks, publisher of Benefits Selling Magazine, the Broker of the Year award is the industry's most prestigious award and identifies brokers and consultants who have influenced the benefits industry in a positive way. Chosen through a peer-nominated process, brokers who receive the award represent the best of the best in the industry.

"It is a complete honor to represent Benefits Selling Magazine as well as the industry as a whole," said Oravetz. "To me, this award validates the VISICOR model -- a model that starts with revenue transparency and one that focuses on serving client needs before our own and delivering value to our clients over and above what is typical for our industry. Our overwhelming desire is to create long-term relationships and not worry about winning the battle of who has the 'most' clients. This award, on top of the growth we have experienced, truly validates our approach."

An ALEX channel partner since February 2014, the Houston-based VISICOR offers ALEX's unique blend of humor, simplicity and benefits know-how to public and private employers throughout the state of Texas.

"We knew Ed Oravetz was an amazing broker and partner, but we didn't realize he was, y'know, famous," said Dave Churchill, vice president of sales, ALEX, for Jellyvision. "We're incredibly excited for him and not at all surprised that he received this completely deserved award. Now I need to go back and find the partnership agreement he signed -- that autograph will be worth something someday!"

Texas-based employers who want to help their employees better understand and appreciate their benefits can contact Oravetz at 281-824-3124 or [email protected].

About ALEX®
ALEX is a web-based virtual benefits counselor who transforms complicated mumbo jumbo into personally relevant information employees can use to do things like make sense of health care reform and select their best-fit benefits plans. Today, ALEX is available to millions of people at companies in a range of industries -- everything from services, manufacturing and transportation to education, health and retail. To learn more about ALEX, please visit www.meetalex.com, or contact Dave Churchill at 720-371-5715 or [email protected].

About Jellyvision
Jellyvision helps companies explain their important (but maybe kind of complex) messages in a delightful way. We create virtual salespeople, brokers, guidance counselors, HR reps, and teachers, who have fun, personalized conversations with your customers and employees and help them understand confusing or snooze-inducing topics. For more information and examples of our work, visit jellyvision.com.

About VISICOR, Inc.
VISICOR, Inc. is an employee benefits brokerage and consulting firm headquartered in the Houston area serving both public and private employer organizations throughout the state of Texas. With a unique approach and exclusive services, VISICOR, Inc. is providing a new vision for employee benefits. Learn more about VISICOR, Inc. at www.visicor.net.

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