October 24, 2012, Madison, WI – Terso Solutions, Inc., a leading provider of automated inventory management solutions for healthcare and life science, today announced that Stowers Institute for Medical Research has partnered with them for an Automated Stockroom Inventory Management solution. Stowers chose Terso Solutions, Inc. because of their deep expertise in medical research inventory management and proven track record with RFID technology.
Terso’s RFID inventory management solutions will allow Stowers to better manage current inventory, automate and increase efficiencies for the Receiving Department as well as researchers, and reduce issues around variances in researchers’ workflow.
“Terso worked closely with the Stowers Institute for Medical Research to identify their needs for managing stockroom inventory in a 24/7 research environment,” said Joe Pleshek, Terso President and CEO. “We are excited about this new partnership with Stowers and share their commitment to reducing the inventory management burden on researchers so that they can spend more time making significant contributions to humanity through innovative medical research.”
About Stowers Institute for Medical Research
The Stowers Institute for Medical Research is a non-profit, basic biomedical research organization dedicated to improving human health by studying the fundamental processes of life. Jim Stowers, founder of American Century Investments, and his wife Virginia opened the Institute in 2000. Since then, the Institute has spent over 850 million dollars in pursuit of its mission.
Currently, the Institute is home to over 550 researchers and support personnel; over 20 independent research programs; and more than a dozen technology development and core facilities. For more information about the Stowers Institute for Medical Research, visit www.stowers.org.