Evolution1 – a WEX Company Continues Marketing Leadership with Kickstart Open Enrollment Kit

Evolution1 – a WEX Company Continues Marketing Leadership with Kickstart Open Enrollment Kit

<0> Evolution1Tiffany Wirth, 701-499-7215Vice President of Marketing </0>

– a leading provider of cloud-based, consumer-directed healthcare and defined contribution payments and technology solutions – has unveiled its all-new .

With customizable, ready-to-go collateral, the Kickstart site is a robust one-stop resource for Evolution1 partners who are assisting employers and employees in healthcare benefits decisions. Organized by enrollment phase – pre-enrollment, open enrollment, and post-enrollment – the Kickstart site includes comprehensive communication tools and resources.

“With Kickstart, we’ve taken great strides in providing industry-leading tools and resources that will propel education and awareness in healthcare benefits decisions,” said Tiffany Wirth, vice president of marketing at Evolution1. “Combined with our partners’ deep experience and expertise, employers can now be prepared to help their employees make the best choices during open enrollment.”

Additionally, Evolution1 is holding a 2015 Evolution1 Open Enrollment Kickstart Contest* for partners, with prizes including free passes to Partner Conference 2015 in Scottsdale, Arizona, April 8 and 9, at The Westin Kierland Resort & Spa.

is one of several Evolution1 marketing initiatives. In early November, Evolution1 Marketing Boot Camp will provide marketing professionals with practical tools and tactics to support business goals. Through interactive exercises and discussions with peers, attendees will develop a set of actions to help take their marketing efforts to the next level. Taking place November 3 and 4 in Boston, the event is a follow-up to the inaugural Marketing Boot Camp held in Minneapolis in June.

In other Evolution1-related news, , an educational platform sponsored by Evolution1 to help employers, third-party administrators, health plans, brokers, banks, payroll providers, consumers, and other stakeholders keep up with the rapidly-changing healthcare benefits industry, recently celebrated its one-year anniversary. The Institute is a go-to resource for its 500+ registered members where they can download white papers, survey findings, and more. has been recognized in , , and .

Evolution1, recently named for the seventh consecutive time to the and to the , will host its annual next month. The event – broadcast from Fargo via live webinar – gives partners insight into the latest and greatest from Evolution1. Registration for the event, taking place at 10 a.m. CT Wednesday, October 15, is available at .

At Evolution1, Inc. – a WEX Company, we simplify the business of healthcare. We do that through innovative healthcare software and payment solutions that administer and manage consumer directed accounts. But we don’t do it alone. Our network of partner organizations enables us to deliver our industry-leading solution to 90,000 employers and more than 10,000,000 consumers across the country. Together we take the complexity out of defined contribution, HSAs, HRAs, FSAs, VEBAs, PRAs, wellness plans and transit plans. Learn more at .

WEX Inc. (NYSE: WEX) is a leading provider of corporate payment solutions. From its roots in fleet card payments beginning in 1983, WEX has expanded the scope of its business into a multi-channel provider of corporate payment solutions representing more than 7.9 million cardholders and offering exceptional payment security and control across a wide spectrum of business sectors. The Company’s operations include WEX Bank, Fleet One, Pacific Pride, rapid! PayCard, Evolution1, WEX Australia, WEX New Zealand and WEX Europe, as well as a majority equity position in UNIK S.A., Brazil. WEX and its subsidiaries employ more than 1,700 associates. For more information about WEX, please visit .

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