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Terso Solutions RFID Jump Start Takes the Risk Out of Implementing RFID for Hospitals and Research Laboratories Looking to Streamline Operations and Improve Regulatory Compliance
Date:11/17/2010

MADISON, Wis., Nov. 17, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- Terso Solutions, Inc. announced RFID Jump Start, a quick, low cost way to control inventory management costs and improve regulatory compliance that can be implemented in less than 30 days.

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The Jump Start package includes cabinet, refrigerator, or freezer rental, hosted inventory management software, and remote management and support for one low monthly fee. There is no hardware to purchase, and no software to install. It also includes a 90 day satisfaction guarantee, which allows organizations to opt out of the program with no additional obligation.

"Many organizations see the value in RFID technology for automated inventory management, but they either don't know how to get started or don't have the capital to implement a solution that impacts existing infrastructure," said Joe Pleshek, CEO and President of Terso Solutions, Inc. "Our Jump Start program eliminates up front costs and takes the risk out of implementing an RFID solution.

Terso's inventory management solution allows an organization to place an Internet enabled cabinet, refrigerator, or freezer in any location where an Internet connection is available. For those locations without reliable access, cellular data networks can be used.

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