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Bismarck, N.D. – WEX Health, West Fargo, N.D., received the Technology Council of North Dakota’s (TechND) Technology Innovator award during the 19th annual North Dakota Technology Awards Program on Aug. 14 in Fargo. WEX Health serves more than 28 million consumers and more than 343,000 employers across the U.S. and Canada.

In March 2014, WEX Health integrated Partner Central, a secure, self-service portal for WEX Health Partners, which provides sales, marketing and operations support. Since its implementation, more than 85 percent of WEX Health’s hundreds of Partners have enrolled in the portal. Partners enjoy the many benefits from the portal including logging in with personalized credentials, accessing hundreds of marketing materials, viewing and registering for events and webinars, accessing the WEX Health Cloud Mobile App reports, entering new or accessing existing technical and business operations support requests, quickly connecting with their Partner account executive, and sharing ideas with the WEX Health product team.

“WEX Health’s commitment to implementing technology to innovatively enhance everyday operations make it an outstanding leader in the field,” says Justin Forde, TechND’s president and senior director of government relations at Midco. “WEX Health is very deserving of the Technology Innovator Award.”

Founded in 2000 by North Dakota business, government and education leaders, TechND has spent nearly two decades advocating for a positive business climate for technology companies, addressing technology workforce needs, encouraging infrastructure development and providing knowledge sharing opportunities for its membership, which consists of more than 65 North Dakota business, government and education entities.  For more information, visit www.techND.org.

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