(Salt Lake City, UT, April, 6 2020) Incorporate Massage, the leader in corporate chair massage, is proud to announce that its scheduling technology will be used in Utah State’s efforts to expand coronavirus (COVID-19) testing capabilities.
The Incorporate Massage technology allows Utah residents to self-schedule their appointments, leaving health care staff free to focus on more important matters. As the state seeks to double COVID-19 testing capacity, the Incorporate Massage booking application will keep an influx of appointments organized.
“We’re doing our best to get involved in fighting COVID-19,” said Amelia Wilcox, CEO of Incorporate Massage. “We want to offer the resources we have, and do our part to help fight the virus. We’re proud to see our technology help Utah testing facilities by managing their schedules and keeping busy medical teams organized.”
The #TestUtahChallenge is part of the Silicon Slopes Serves initiative, which is managing a partnership to set up new testing facilities that plans to double Utah’s testing capacity from 3,000 to 6,000+ tests a day. Incorporate Massage is among other top technology companies based in Utah contributing to the initiative.
Incorporate Massage has also adapted to the impacts of COVID-19 by announcing its new virtual wellness program, Incorporate Wellness. The program provides critical employee engagement and wellness services for businesses with remote employees. Virtual interactive wellness services include a range of personalized online experiences, such as massage instruction, yoga, meditation, fitness, nutrition, and life coaching.
About Incorporate Massage
Incorporate Massage is the leader in corporate chair massage, and now employee wellness. With thousands of certified, professional practitioners working in 129 U.S. markets, Incorporate Massage helps companies improve employee wellbeing, reduce injuries, and improve retention through on-site massage and personalized, interactive, virtual wellness experiences.