Apr 22, 2015
Wellnomics WorkPace has set the standard in office injury prevention for 20 years. Their latest tool combines these years of research with beautiful technology.
Todays’ release - WorkPace 5.0 - has a bright, clean style echoing that of Microsoft Windows 8 applications. The high resolution videos play in full-screen, encouraging the end user to step out of their chair to perform the stretches in a standing position.
A statement from Wellnomics founder and CEO Dr. Kevin Taylor, states:
“Working at a computer often involves very few changes in body position; this lack of movement can increase the risk of muscle strain and discomfort. Thanks to our new ‘full-screen mode’ WorkPace is the only stretch-break tool with exercises large enough to allow them to be followed step-by-step by a user without the risk of causing eyestrain”.
Wellnomics’ new release also saw the announcement of the new WorkPace Dashboard, which shows a summary of the users total computer and mouse use for the day, as well as Micropause and WorkPace Break compliance. “Keep both the Workpace ‘smiley face's’ happy and you're guaranteed be a healthy computer user” say Wellnomics.
Additional announced features of the WorkPace 5 Dashboard include:
Corporate customers will be excited to learn that WorkPace 5 now provides a direct link from the console to the users’ Wellnomics Risk Management Risk Report, enabling staff to faster access their statistics, recommendations, and training – all are one click away.