Terso Solutions, Inc.: Delivering Cutting-Edge Automated Inventory Management Solutions Around the World
In healthcare and life science, firms are learning to rely on supply chain management and automated solutions to competently develop and excel in an ever-changing market.
Terso Solutions, Inc. provides automated inventory management solutions to the healthcare and life sciences industries for tracking high-value medical and scientific equipment.
Terso’s product line includes RAIN RFID cabinets, refrigerators, freezers (-80C to -20C), smart rooms, and mobile solutions, and it has over 14 years of RFID product development and installation experience. Terso has approximately 2,100 RAIN RFID-enabled sensors placed throughout the world.
A Proficient Leader
Terso Solutions’ President and CEO is Joe Pleshek. He joined the company in 2007 and has been in charge of strategic direction and financial management while overseeing rapid expansion. Joe is dedicated to implementing cutting-edge RFID technology so that the company’s partners may better manage their supply chains.
Joe worked at Appleton Papers for numerous years in sales, marketing, and general management before joining Terso. During his time there, he oversaw the development of an RFID tag converting line, which provided the company with a completely new revenue stream. He also oversaw Appleton’s acquisition of a company situated in the United Kingdom.
Joe formerly worked for 3M Corporation, where he was in charge of launching a number of innovative product and service offerings. He was able to significantly improve his company development talents as a result of that encounter.
Joe has a bachelor’s degree in industrial technology from the University of Wisconsin and a master’s degree in marketing from the University of St. Thomas.
Terso creates RFID-enabled hardware such cabinets, refrigerators, and freezers, as well as mobile cases, portable devices, and smart stockrooms. It also maintains Jetstream, a Cloud-based platform on which its partners can build applications for monitoring and managing RFID-enabled devices.
The ultra-low temperature freezers used by the organisation are the only ones of their sort. They enable healthcare and life science enterprises to manage high-value assets such as tissue, implants, and supplies by providing real-time temperature monitoring capabilities.
A Cohesive Operation
Terso collaborates closely with all of its clients in order to help them achieve their objectives and meet their customers’ expectations. The majority of these companies provide RFID solutions under their own brands, while Terso works with them to provide the best solutions to help them improve their productivity.
The organisation provides thorough hands-on training and ongoing support to all partners. Terso is committed to providing excellent customer service and is always venturing into new terrain in order to give innovative, tested solutions.
Terso takes pride in having a culture that values cooperation, opportunity, respect, and fun. It believes in fostering a good energy atmosphere, one that attributes innovative ideas to individuals who work well together and actively assist one another in succeeding.
The company is dedicated to the advancement of cutting-edge technology and the discovery of the most effective solutions to supply chain difficulties that affect its customers. It hires smart, creative, and hardworking individuals who are always looking for new ways to solve problems.
Succeeding in a Fluid Environment
The worlds of medicine and technology are always pushing the limits of what is possible. Terso aims to stay adaptable and inventive as technology and RFID use continue to expand. The organisation is keeping up with the latest technology and generating new, unique solutions for its customers that provide value and solve challenging problems.
RFID technology became well known only when it was used by major retailers such as Walmart and Macy’s. The usage of RFID in retail has pushed the adoption of the technology in a variety of other industries. Its application in healthcare is still at the early stages of the technology adoption lifecycle, so there is plenty of possibility for expansion.
“According to an Intel research, inventory distortion accounts for $818 billion in missed retail sales each year. In healthcare, the stakes are considerably higher. Imagine the impact of removing billions of dollars worth of waste from the healthcare supply chain every year!” Joe is ecstatic.
The Internet of Things (IoT), according to Terso, will continue to grow as a technology trend and will alter healthcare sectors. Internet-connected gadgets and sensors will offer real-time data on the location and condition of people and things in a healthcare supply chain.
This will continue to provide healthcare businesses with a seamless solution to meet regulatory requirements, save money, and enhance patient outcomes.
Through the development of new technology and software, the company stays committed to creating solutions that enable its partners achieve supply chain efficiency and optimization.
“Technology will never stop advancing, and neither can we,” Joe concludes. Terso will always ensure that we are providing the greatest and most practical solutions to assist in the resolution of challenging situations.”