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Toll to harness wellness technology

  • Posted on Tuesday 18th, December 2018.

Transport and logistics company, Toll, has signed a contract with software firm, MyFiziq, to release its Wellteq technology and platform to Toll’s 12,000 Australian employees in Q1 2019.

WellteQ has an existing corporate clientele with both Australian multinationals and global Fortune 500 companies including Qantas, Bupa, Prudential, Telstra, Credit Suisse, Rolls Royce and Deakin University.

WellteQ is currently demonstrating its analytics when combined with the MyFiziq solution to its clients with a view to grow its monthly users to 500,000 by 2020. Under the commercial terms of the agreement, MyFiziq will receive a per user payment of $2.99 USD ($4.17 AUD) per user per month.

“This will be one of multiple organisations worldwide that are positioning themselves with offerings to the corporate wellness space,” MyFiziq CEO, Vlado Bosanac.

“Combining our technology with WellteQ will be a paradigm shift in analytic capabilities for the employer and the individual. Taking fitness and wellness into the workplace has been growing rapidly with corporations acknowledging the need to engage with their workers on their healthy body, healthy mind outcomes to further expand better workplace outcomes and productivity,” he said.

WellteQ CEO, Scott Montgomery, added: “This integrated wellness, anthropometric and biometric solution being a world first, Toll has proven itself as a truly innovative and caring employer. The forward vision of the executive and their willingness to bring this solution to their employees shows both dynamic and pivotal resolve for their employee’s wellbeing.”

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