Adapt to Change

July 12, 2016 Mariel Moore

“To change lives, you have to adapt to change.”

That’s the premise of a brand new Daxko video released last week. We are the largest provider of mission-critical software for YMCAs, JCCs, and other member-based health and wellness centers. The video talks about the changing health of communities, the changing ways community members connect, and how health and wellness organizations can stay ahead of the trend with processes and software dedicated to staying with current trends. Watch it here:

“Community health is changing. Obesity and type 2 diabetes are on the rise. Daxko helps you promote healthy living to reverse this trend.

Demographics are changing. From millennials to boomers, Daxko helps you connect with members through social media, targeted email, and text notifications.

Technology is changing. It can be challenging to keep pace. Only Daxko provides the integrated software, predictive analytics, and expertise that allow you to stay ahead of the curve.

With Daxko it has never been a better time to join forces with the largest peer network of community wellness centers, Ys, and JCCs.”

About the Author

Mariel Moore

Mariel is Daxko's Digital Content Manager which means she spends a lot of her time editing this blog and this website. In her free time she likes falling sporadically in and out of love with various workout trends and hanging out with her family.

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