Simulated Environment Concepts, Inc., manufacturers of the high pressurized dry water massage and relaxation station SpaCapsule, announced today that its team has completed installation of the company’s flagship product at global headquarters of Hyland Software, one of the largest independent software vendors in the world of enterprise content management (ECM). The installation marks Simulated Environment’s expansion into the corporate market.
“SpaCapsule enjoys excellent acceptance in many markets, including the Corporate Market or as we call it, ‘the companies who care about their employees’ market,” stated Dr. Ella Frenkel, President and CEO of Simulated Environment Concepts, Inc. “Installation at Hyland Software is an excellent example of our marketing efforts in the corporate arena.”
Rick Kirk, the director of operations for Hyland Software, commented, “Our worldwide headquarters are designed to be energizing and welcoming. On-site amenities now include a diner, hair salon, dry cleaning service, fitness center, car detailing and state licensed child care. The SpaCapsule is an excellent addition to the list of services we provide for staffers.”
“Much like Google, this company really looks to enhance the health and well-being of its employees,” added Dr. Spivak, Managing Partner at Simulated Environment Concepts, Inc. “I visited the company during the installation of the SpaCapsule and witnessed firsthand the wonderful synergy among the employees. It was obvious that all of the associates enjoyed their work environment. I know that the SpaCapsule will help to make de-stressing at the workplace even easier as well as enjoyable.”
“We are working hard to significantly penetrate the corporate market,” said Dr. Frenkel. “There are 700,000 corporate centers within the United States alone. Because the SpaCapsule provides relaxation and rejuvenation, it is a perfect fit into any corporate wellness program. The corporate fitness market represents an excellent opportunity for continued market penetration. To us, it represents a market that will grow exponentially within the next two years.”
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