August 29, 2018
Colorado Springs, CO
COLORADO SPRINGS, CO, August 29, 2018 – Insurance Technologies, LLC, a provider of sales and regulatory automation solutions for the insurance and financial services industries, is proud to announce its recognition on the Colorado Springs Business Journal (CSBJ) 6035 Lifestyle: Healthiest Companies list.
The criteria used to select the healthiest companies were health and wellness programs; benefits offered to employees; leadership involvement; health goals; interventions programs; culture of wellness; success measured through data collection; and bottom-line savings resulting from health programs.
“At Insurance Technologies, it’s our mission to foster a workplace environment that supports our employees’ desire to make healthy lifestyle choices by offering inspiration, education, support and activities. Being recognized for our Wellness Program and the healthy culture we’ve developed is a testament to our commitment to our employees’ health and wellbeing beyond the workplace,” said Tammy Shuminsky, COO at Insurance Technologies.
Insurance Technologies received the award in the large company category. Winners in each category of the 6035 Lifestyle Healthiest Employer will be considered for the Office of Economic Development and International Trade’s statewide healthy companies awards.
About Insurance Technologies
Insurance Technologies provides innovative sales and regulatory automation solutions to the insurance and financial services industries. Offering a suite of integrated sales solutions, from pre-sale functions through e-application, to post-sale services, Insurance Technologies provides carriers and distributors the sales capabilities and tools to create automated and cohesive sales experiences for their advisors and clients across all lines of insurance, retirement and investment products. The unique architecture and flexibility of its solutions deliver front and back-office configurability and usability to support multiple business strategies, encourage cross-channel growth and evolve with regulatory changes.