Terso Solutions Launches New RFID-Enabled Refrigerator for Hospital and Laboratory Inventory Management

Posted on: 10/07/2016
New “smart” refrigerator uses RFID technology to lower inventory management costs and protect high value products such as reagents, cardiovascular products, tissue samples, and orthopedic supplies. Madison, WI, March22, 2011 – Terso Solutions Inc. has expanded its line of RFID-enabled enclosures with the addition of a new refrigerator that is well-suited for hospital and laboratory inventory management. Leveraging the power of RFID the new refrigerator makes better use of space, reduces energy consumption, lowers maintenance costs, and ...

Terso Vice President of Operations Named to AIM North America’s Board of Directors

Posted on: 10/07/2016
Tony Larsen, Vice President of Operations of Terso Solutions, Inc., was appointed to AIM North America’s Board of Directors, effective immediately. Madison, WI, March 18, 2011 – Tony Larsen, Vice President of Operations of Terso Solutions, Inc., was appointed to the AIM North America’s Board of Directors, effective immediately. “AIM North America is pleased to welcome Tony Larsen to its Board of Directors,” said Chuck Evanhoe, Chairman of the AIM North America Board. “Tony brings a wealth of experience and innovative ...

Terso Solutions Adds New Director of Software Engineering

Posted on: 10/07/2016
Terso Solutions Inc. has added Sarath Krishna as its Director of Software Engineering. Terso Solutions Inc. has added Sarath Krishna as its Director of Software Engineering. Terso, a leading provider of RFID based inventory management solutions for the Healthcare and Life Sciences markets, is rapidly expanding its organization to support continued customer demand for RFID cabinet and freezers solutions.“We are extremely pleased to have a leader like Sarath join the Terso team,” said Joe Pleshek, Terso’s CEO and President. “Sarath ...

With privacy issues waning, RFID begins ramp up

Posted on: 10/07/2016
The Item Level RFID Initiative held its latest meeting in early January during the National Retail Federation’s annual convention in New York. The Item Level RFID Initiative consists of major retailers, suppliers, and technology providers who have banned together to accelerate the use of item level RFID tagging in the apparel supply chain. During the meeting, the group outlined its goals for 2011, which include serialization issues, tag standardization, finding ways to decipher tons of new data made available from RFID, ...

RFID and bar codes: from competitors to teammates

Posted on: 10/07/2016
Last summer marked the 36th anniversary of the barcode’s first retail application. On June 24, 1974, a 10-pack of Wrigley’s chewing gum became the first product to carry a barcode and be scanned in a retail store when it passed through the checkout counter at Marsh’s supermarket in Troy, Ohio.

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