Here at Fusion, the driving force behind our success is the ability to deliver the best occupational health services to our clients and their employees.
In 2017, we introduced a new case management system and we’re always keen to stay up to date on the latest occupational health trends.
With this in mind, we’re working with technology and website design company, UpriseVSI, who created the Fusion website for us, to expand the health and wellbeing portal that we currently offer.
We wanted to be able to offer businesses and their employees an occupational health portal that provided engaging, dynamic content.
Working with the user experience design team at UpriseVSI, we’re developing an improved portal and app that will offer even more guides, articles, and videos to help organisations focus on occupational health and wellbeing strategies for their staff.
We’ve called this new and improved client portal, Fuse.
While the fuse has been lit for the finished portal and accompanying app to be developed, they won’t be launching until later this year.
When Fuse does launch, businesses that choose to subscribe will be able to offer their staff exclusive content about how they can take care of their physical health and mental wellbeing.
In the meantime, and to tease you with a sneak peek, here’s the brand identity that UpriseVSI has created for Fuse.
Our own Director of Key Accounts, Clare Hurley, had this to say, “We’re really excited to be working with the team at UpriseVSI on what we’re sure will become an indispensable tool for businesses up and down the UK. At Fusion, we’re committed to helping organisations of every size and sector give their staff the best possible support and advice. The new Fuse portal and app will do just that.”
Gareth Rees Jones, Managing Director at UpriseVSI, had this to add, “Having worked with Fusion Occupational Health on the creation of their website, we’ve come to understand their goals as a business and the needs of their clients. Our website-development and user-experience knowledge mean that we can help them to deliver a first-class health-and-wellbeing portal.”
Keep an eye on the Fusion blog and our Twitter and LinkedIn accounts to find out when Fuse is ready to launch. Or, if you call us now, you can become one of the first businesses to benefit from this market-leading solution.
Posted by Clare Hurley on
12 April 2019 at 9:00 AM
Fusion NewsHealth & WellbeingOccupational Health