Dr. Heidi talks with Scott Bahneman Founder and CEO of SitTight, the solution to sitting disease.

Since 2015, Scott Bahneman has overseen the day-to-day operations for SitTight, Inc. as its founder. From 2009 – 2015 Scott served as the SVP of the Agent Sales channel for PayPros, managing over 200 independent agents selling electronic payment solutions to nearly 60,000 businesses in all 50 states.

In 2003, Scott founded an online digital music and movie distribution company and served as its CEO until 2009. Commencing in 2000 until 2003, Scott founded and was Senior Vice President of Marketing and Business Development of The Logix Companies until it was sold (eventually becoming part of First Data Corporation). The Logix Companies developed electronic identity authentication and integrated it with payment solutions for businesses that accepted debit, credit and checks. From 1985 until 1997, Scott was Vice President of Sales and held a significant shareholder position in Bancard, Inc., a pioneer in the merchant credit card services industry.

During his tenure at Bancard, Scott was responsible for developing and leading a sales organization that grew to over 100 sales agents with over 20,000 merchant accounts until the company was sold in 1997 (eventually becoming part of US Bank). Scott attended the University of North Dakota on a football scholarship after graduating from Thompson High School in Thompson, North Dakota (population 780) with 28 other students in the class of 1980.

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