As we close out another year, I thought I would take some time to reflect on 2016 not only on an industry level but also on a level much closer to home.
For the past decade, our company has been almost solely committed to developing products specifically for transfusion medicine. This has been not only exciting but also very rewarding emotionally and spiritually, knowing that our software helps to maintain the quality of life-saving blood products. Looking into 2017, we remain committed to providing the highest level of service to this ever-important cause.
Over the past 2 months since our launch of PERFEQTA at the AABB Annual Meeting in Orlando, we have worked with several of our current clients as well as potential new clients to help identify ways that we can not only continue to bring value but increase the amount of value we do bring to the industry. We are doing this by dedicating ourselves to providing solutions to meet any budget while we redefine the software industry by providing a codeless application and form development tool that anyone can use to capture data. More importantly, by creating a fully flexible platform that users of all technical aptitudes can engage and learn from, we have created a tool that blood centers and all other businesses can use to report and trend data that previously had gone unutilized.
Looking back on 2016, it is exhilaratingly apparent that my team has once again gone above and beyond my high expectations by developing a tool that even I could not have imagined. In the upcoming year, I will proudly continue to introduce organizations from all different industries to our efficiency enhancing process management platform by speaking at multiple conferences including the ISO World Conference. Our team members will present PERFEQTA to bioscience and manufacturing associations throughout the country and we will continue to innovate technologies aimed at making us all better in our endeavors.
I encourage anyone who would like to learn more to please, reach out to me or any member of my team.
I wish everyone a happy and prosperous New Year!
Originally posted to LinkedIn on December 30, 2016 – To view original post click here