eHealthCompete, a leading provider of corporate wellness programs and online competition and incentive based health and wellness services, today announced the addition of Pete Maughan to its senior management team as VP of Sales. In his role as VP of Sales, Mr. Maughan is responsible for overseeing the Sales Operations of eHealthCompete as well as managing the growing agent and partner channel programs.
"With consumer directed health care on the raise and as companies continue to look for long term strategies to control health care costs, Corporate Wellness will play a much bigger role for most businesses. eHealthCompete’s unique approach and impressive participation will be an attractive solution to business leaders,” said Chad Blodgett, President and CEO of eHealthCompete. “We are building an organization to take full advantage of these business opportunities, and the addition of Pete to our senior management team will further strengthen the company and develop our strong market position."
Mr. Maughan has 5 years experience in Sales, running a Lighting Company as well as working for Firstline Security and InsideSales.com.
While experienced in many aspects of business from operations to finance, Pete excels in the area of sales development, and will work to further strengthen eHealthCompete's place in the corporate health and wellness marketplace. "By hiring Pete Maughan on the team here at eHealthCompete, we've put the strategic infrastructure in place to move eHealthCompete into hyper growth sales over the next 24 months." said Chad Blodgett, eHealthCompete's President and CEO. "His ability to achieve target growth results as well as manage sales teams and agent channels simultaneously are tremendous assets to eHealthCompete.com."
eHealthCompete provides corporations with an innovative and effective online wellness program. The eHealthCompete difference comes from their unique approach wellness: Health Competitions, contests, and incentive programs. eHealthCompete designs company specific campaigns that increase employee participation rates dramatically. More importantly, eHealthCompete appeals to the typical “non-participants” and therefore engages those who need wellness programs the most. With a growing presence in the United States the Utah based company has become the number one provider of online competition and incentive-based corporate health and wellness programs.