The traditional way of managing field inventory and medical devices is complex and inefficient. Once a kit is in the field, medical organizations are challenged with tracking product location, ensuring items are meeting regulatory compliance, and that sales are properly invoiced.
Terso Solutions' Mobile Case uses automated RAIN RFID technology to solve in-field inventory problems, giving your field representatives the right products when they need them. The solution delivers real-time product visibility, while also ensuring compliance, reducing shrinkage, and streamlining inventory management.
You'll learn how an automated mobile solution using RAIN RFID can:
CEO, Terso Solutions
Since joining Terso in 2007, Joe Pleshek has overseen rapid growth for the company providing overall strategic direction and financial management for the business as well as managing day-to-day operations. He has worked closely with Terso’s clients in the Healthcare and Life Science markets to drive business value through Terso’s RAIN RFID-enabled inventory management solutions. Joe earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Industrial Technology from the University of Wisconsin-Stout as well as a Masters of Business Administration degree in Marketing from the University of St. Thomas.
Hardware Product Manager, Terso Solutions
John Kuehl is the Manager of Terso’s Hardware Product Team. John leads the Terso product team on the development, testing, and assessment of all new and current RFID products. Prior to joining Terso, John has held several sales, service, product development, and management positions at CPS US, and Thermo Electron. Most recently he served as the Vice President of Sales and Customer service at CPS US, the US distributor for Cilas Laser Particle Size Analyzers. During his tenure at CPS US, John managed the company’s sales and service teams placing an emphasis on building a world-class organization producing loyal customers.
While at Thermo Electron, John was successful in managing an aftermarket sales organization and global distribution channels in Asia, Europe, and the Middle East. He also implemented Thermo Electron’s first CRM project dedicated to increasing aftermarket revenue. John also worked at Nicolet Instrument Corporation where he expanded his applications knowledge and product development skills with a wide range of instrumentation in the industrial, analytical chemistry, and life science markets. John holds an Associates of Applied Sciences in Electronics degree from Madison College.
Healthcare Product Lead, Impinj
Wendy Werblin is the Healthcare Solutions Product Lead at Impinj. With broad and deep experience in healthcare consulting, marketing, product management and communications, Wendy leads Impinj’s healthcare market development and product management initiatives. Before coming to Impinj, Wendy was a consultant with North Highland Worldwide where she led teams at Fortune 500 companies, major nonprofits and municipalities to drive and implement major business initiatives and significant organizational change. Wendy also spent nearly ten years with Philips Healthcare developing markets and products and driving demand for Philips’ market-leading HeartStart defibrillators. Prior to Philips, Wendy spent time with a Silicon Valley healthcare technology start-up and as a healthcare consultant. She holds an MBA from the Fuqua School at Duke University and a BS from Cornell University, and lives in Seattle.