Fasone to Enhance Distribution Platform and Meet Continued Demand For Comfort Zone by IBR
Online PR News – 13-March-2015 – Aurora, CO – Integrated Business Resources (IBR) announced today that Jim Fasone has been named President and CEO. Former President and CEO Mike Bush will remain with the company full time in the role of Chief Technology Officer. As a nationally recognized leader in self-assessment tools to enhance the human condition in the work environment, IBR has grown significantly in both the United States and in Europe during the past year, and Mr. Fasone in his new role, will develop new market strategies and partnering arrangements to continue this momentum.
“We’ve had increased product demand as our solutions have evolved to include more real time functionality and performance based metrics. I am very proud of the advancements we’ve made since the inception of IBR, bringing true improvements in employee productivity while reducing work related ailments and injuries. By bringing on a new CEO with exceptional brand building, sales, and market segmentation experience, we are making the right move to expand our cost reduction solutions to more employers,” said Ole Smed, founder and Chairman of the Board.
Gallup estimates that actively disengaged employees cost the U.S. $450 billion to $550 billion in lost productivity per year. IBR is helping its customers achieve unparalleled success in these areas as their results have shown cost savings and productivity improvements in as little as three months. IBR’s pairing of a user-friendly self-assessment program, and actionable items through a unique executive dashboard, allows employers to communicate immediately with those employees who are most at risk.
“As employers rethink a more holistic approach to all time low employee engagement, additional tools are required to reconnect the workforce to their company, enabling them to reach their full potential. Comfort Zone by IBR provides employers with real time analytics and solutions to achieve their broader human capital goals,” said Jim Fasone, President and CEO. “I am truly excited to lead IBR into its next chapter of success, with a focus on making Comfort Zone an integral part of an employer’s overall wellness strategy.”
Integrated Business Resources, Inc. is a Denver, CO based ergonomic software company that provides human resource management solutions to enable employers to identify and correct the factors that impede worker performance, and put them at risk of job related injury. By eliminating these risk factors, employers are able to close the gap between current and potential performance.
To find additional information on Comfort Zone by IBR, go to www.ibrtek.com.