Improve productivity, reduce health care costs, and build teams with AWare's FitAWare™ program.
Like walking programs, but don't like the time-consume hassle and administrative overhead? Want a way to measure daily activity but don't want a pedometer on your belt? Looking for a better, easier, and more cost-effective way to promote employee, student, or member fitness? We have the solution: FitAWare by AWare Technologies.
FitAWare is a drop-in replacement for conventional corporate or school walking programs. Combining a better, easier, fully-automatic way of measuring activity with an online social network for motivation, FitAWare is a fun, cost-effective way to get your people moving. And FitAWare really works.
Features & Benefits
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- Easy to set up, easy to manage. AWare provides a complete service, including equipment and maintenance. All you do is sign up
- Easy to use. Put an ActionTracker in your pocket or purse and visit FitAWare.net — data is uploaded at the press of a button.
TheActionTracker is smaller than an iPod Nano and weighs less than 1oz.
- Track your activity and share with your friends.
- Customized team-based challenges.
- Web-based interface lets you track your team, friends, and progress from work, home, or on your smart phone.
Compatible with Work and Play
- The AWare ActionTracker super pedometer is wireless, light weight, and comfortable.
- Wear the ActionTracker almost anywhere on the body — in a pocket, on a lanyard, even in your purse.
- The ActionTracker is waterproof and durable.
Great Value for your Organization
- Easy to integrate with your new or existing fitness incentives program.
- AWare provides installation, support, and maintenance.
- Fun, effective, and easy to use.
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Analogic Walks Around the World
Analogic Corporation, New England's largest manufacturer of medical devices, first signed up for FitAWare service in the 4th quarter of 2008 with 50 participants. Analogic decided to renew the subscription in the 2nd quarter of 2009, doubling the size of the program and running a creative six-week fitness challenge pitting management against the employees. The rules were simple — the team with the highest average performance over the period would win. If any team beat the management, or "Operations" team, the operations team would serve the highest-performing team lunch at the end of the competition. On the other hand, if no employee team won, then the lowest-performing employee team would have to serve management lunch. The stakes were high and the competition was on.
What happened? Collectively, the 100 Analogic participants walked over 50 million steps during the six weeks of the challenge. The top individual performer turned in over a million steps during the period, and one participant logged a 62,000+ step day. Testimonials included "I lost 40 pounds," and "I'm down to my college weight for the first time in 20 years." Converted to distance, the total steps equaled the circumference of the Earth at the equator. And the Operations team? They put on tuxedo-printed T-shirts and served the "Happy Hoofers" lunch at the awards banquet. The event was a huge success, and Analogic is already looking forward to the next FitAWare challenge later this summer.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about the FitAWare service.