Vision PT Invests $1.3 million in Technology Overhaul
Vision Personal Training has invested $1.3 million in digital innovation this year including a new MyVision app, Vision Academy online learning program, and a Vision Ready Meals home delivery service that allows people to select chef-designed weekly menu plans based on their individualised macronutrient profile.
This latest technology overhaul propels the largest Australian-owned personal training franchise success story into the next phase of its remarkable journey that started 20 years ago with a vision to create premium personal training services with a holistic approach to emotion, education, eating and exercise.
“It blows my mind to think I didn’t even own a mobile phone when Vision first started 20 years ago. We’re all so connected now in a digital ecosystem we could have never imagined back then. This latest technology investment positions us strongly for the next phase of our growth, and supports our existing network of clients, owners and trainers in really practical, innovative ways,” says Andrew Simmons, CEO and founder of Vision Personal Training.
The Vision Ready Meals home delivery service, available since 24 June via the MyVision app, is a new revenue opportunity for Vision Studio Owners who can earn 50 per cent of margin on all meal orders.
Easily the biggest ticket item at $520,000 is the new MyVision app available. The revamped food diary feature on MyVision connects vision clients with a database of more than 75 per cent of food brands and products available across Australia and New Zealand. Clients with the best results are those who are intentional and conscious of tracking their food. MyVision makes it super easy to enter what they’ve eaten each day and track those choices against their Vision macronutrient goals.