BOSTON, MA, August 8, 2018 — Zillion, a leading health behavior architecture company, announce the appointment of Ken Barlotta as vice president of sales, where he will lead Zillion’s direct sales efforts. Ken will be responsible for developing Zillion’s strategic direction to accelerate revenue growth as well as align company resources to deliver best-in-class behavior architecture solutions that enable customer success.
Ken has more than 25 years of sales experience in the health insurance, benefits and broker/consultant markets. “Ken is an outstanding addition to our Zillion team, as he brings a deep blend of direct sales experience and understands what it takes to deliver client success,” said Brent Wilkinson, CEO of Zillion. “As Zillion continues its rapid growth and focuses across the United States, Ken’s sales leadership and his strong background in building top performing sales teams will accelerate our growth. We are thrilled to have him onboard!” stated Wilkinson.
“I’m excited to join a company like Zillion and look forward to propelling their growth,” said Ken. “Given the levels of chronic health issues affecting so many Americans, and the annual increases in health care premiums, I look forward to helping employers learn how they can mitigate these costs.”
Previously, Ken served as director of sales for Gallagher Marketplace, a division of Arthur J. Gallagher & Company in Chicago, IL. Prior to joining Arthur J. Gallagher, Ken gained expertise growing and leading high-performance sales teams across an array of health-related and consumer companies including CIGNA, eHealth Solutions, Mobil Chemical Co., and Proctor and Gamble. Ken holds a Bachelor of Science in management degree from Gettysburg College.
To learn more about Zillion behavior architecture and speak with a Zillion representative about how the technology, the Restore Program or any of our clinical programs please visit us at www.Zillion.com or call 855.475.5123.
Zillion is the leading behavior architecture solutions company in the United States. Zillion’s technology emphasizes architecting individual choices providing the right nudge at the right time to assist individuals in forming a new behavior scaffolding. Since its commercial launch in 2014, Zillion has collected over 100 million data points from over 600,000 users to power the identification of choice patterns that influence and manage high-risk factors for better outcomes, higher quality of care and lower costs that lead to a powerful consumer experience fueled by technology and integrated with human care teams. Zillion’s products include programs such as Restore and clinical care team technology to address care issues like re-admission reduction, chronic disease management and more. www.Zillion.com