WellRight Growth, Revenue, Number of Employees and Funding
Estimated Revenue & Financials
- WellRight's estimated revenue is currently $8.3M per year.
- WellRight's estimated revenue per employee is $135492
- WellRight's total funding is $3.1M.
- WellRight has 61 Employees.
- WellRight grew their employee count by 13% last year.
- WellRight currently has 1 job openings.
|Erin Borkowski||Director of Account Management|
|Dave Anderson||Director of Sales|
|Lynn Zimmerman||Vice President of Marketing|
|Jackie McFadden||VP, Account Management|
|Melissa Zuckerman - Mangan||Vice President of Product Management|
|Tad Mitchell||President and CEO|
|Brent Macy||Director of Alliances|
|Susan Rosenbaum||Chief Financial Officer|
|Sam Smith||Regional Vice President, Health Channels|
|Ana Nikcevic||Director of Customer Support|
What Is WellRight?
WellRight powers over 200 corporate wellness programs with its flexible and fun-to-use software. Offering all the essentials (health risk assessment, fitness device integration, pre-built challenge library, health coaching, claims data analysis, biometrics, and a rewards engine), WellRight's customizable design lets employers tailor these features so they can deliver wellness programs that are relevant to employees. This approach to corporate wellness helps organizations build a better culture and a better business while employees create healthy habits. In March 2017, WellRight was proud to have been added to Workforce magazine's list of top 10 Corporate Wellness Providers.keywords:Fitness and Wellness,Human Resources Hr,Mobile
Number of Employees
Employee Growth %
|Name||Revenue||Number of Employees||Employee Growth||Total Funding|
|Blue Health Int...||$19M||140||4%|
|Digital Minds T...||$6.8M||50||14%|
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