Aesculap Announces Partnership with Microsystems


Aesculap, Inc. announces its joint marketing and product development partnership with Microsystems, a market leader in instrument tracking and sterile processing information systems.

The partnership with Microsystems reflects Aesculaps commitment to offering our customers the best and most complete range of products and software to address the needs of central sterile and sterile processing departments. Partnering with Microsystems allows Aesculap to offer advanced capabilities to its customers. This includes a robust interface capability, industry leading support and enhanced reporting tools that will allow sterile processing managers to make critical business decisions.

Aesculap is dedicated to presenting the healthcare audience with products and services that meet the changing needs of the healthcare environment and more importantly, help to improve the quality of a patients life, says Chuck DiNardo, president of Aesculap, Inc. Our partnership with Microsystems will provide our customers with the most  innovative solutions in the market and evolve our service capabilities and software functionality.

Whether in the complexity of the work, the pressures on cost-containment, or the clinical demands for quality processing outcomes, the demands on sterile processing professionals continue to increase, asys Clay Cannady, vice president of Microsystems. With the Aesculap partnership we are increasingly and uniquely well-positioned to answer the challenges of our healthcare customers.

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