PureWellness Goes Mobile! PureRunner Mobile App Designed to Support Corporate Wellness Programs Launches Today

BURLINGTON, Vt., Nov. 15, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- PureWellness, a leading provider of online wellness solutions, has announced the introduction of PureRunner, its integrated mobile pedometer and activity tracker. With PureRunner, participating employees can seamlessly track exercise activities such as walking, cycling, and hiking right from the palm of their hand by using their smartphones. PureRunner currently runs on the iPhone with support for the Blackberry and Android platforms to follow soon.

PureRunner utilizes the GPS and accelerometer capabilities of today's smartphones while delivering social network integration with Facebook and Twitter, resulting in greater user adoption, increased enthusiasm and more effective programs. "PureRunner is the next step in engaging our customers and their employees to actively participate in wellness programs and organizational team challenges. Today, mobile phones are tethered to their owner's hip and having the PureRunner application on these devices drives user engagement and improves program results," says Ken Kaufman, President at PureWellness.

About PureWellness

PureWellness, founded in 1998, provides a comprehensive, scalable, online wellness platform. The PureWellness platform allows for efficient administration and management of all wellness initiatives within each organization. This wellness platform provides numerous resources, including an online Health Risk Assessment (HRA), wellness workshops, team challenge capabilities, tracking tools, pedometer programs, employee incentive programs, device integration, and a full reporting suite to ensure that every wellness initiative will be able to document success in a structured manner that demonstrates return on investment. For more information, contact Andrew Comeau, VP of Sales and Marketing at [email protected].

Contact:
Andy Comeau
802-497-1444
[email protected]

SOURCE PureWellness

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