Sopra Steria becomes the "Most Active Consultancy Firm in the UK"

On July 22nd 2014, leading provider of corporate health and wellness initiatives iGlobalWellness announced the results of the Sopra Stay Active Challenge. The conclusions make Sopra the most active consultancy organisation on record.

From February to April 2014, leading European consulting, systems integration and application solutions company Sopra played host to the Stay Active Challenge as part of its commitment to the health and wellbeing of its employees. Throughout this unique corporate event employees in the UK wore the iAM, the latest in activity monitor technology, and competed to increase their activity levels as much as possible over a 9-week challenge.

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From February to April 2014, leading European consulting, systems integration and application solutions company Sopra played host to the Stay Active Challenge as part of its commitment to the health and wellbeing of its employees. Throughout this unique corporate event employees in the UK wore the iAM, the latest in activity monitor technology, and competed to increase their activity levels as much as possible over a 9-week challenge.

Read the full article on the PR Fire website

 

From February to April 2014, leading European consulting, systems integration and application solutions company Sopra played host to the Stay Active Challenge as part of its commitment to the health and wellbeing of its employees. Throughout this unique corporate event employees in the UK wore the iAM, the latest in activity monitor technology, and competed to increase their activity levels as much as possible over a 9-week challenge.

Read the full article on the PR Fire website

 

From February to April 2014, leading European consulting, systems integration and application solutions company Sopra played host to the Stay Active Challenge as part of its commitment to the health and wellbeing of its employees. Throughout this unique corporate event employees in the UK wore the iAM, the latest in activity monitor technology, and competed to increase their activity levels as much as possible over a 9-week challenge.

Read the full article on the PR Fire website