Press release

Thermo Systems Partners with Adents Software Solutions to Increase Safety and Security Implementation Capabilities

Thermo Systems will become a supplier of Adents serialization software to its nationwide set of customers.

East Windsor, NJ Thermo Systems, a full-service automation and information solutions partner, has partnered with Adents, a leading provider of versatile and easily deployable serialization and track-and-trace software solutions, to offer highly advanced and reliable safety and security software implementation options.  Thermo Systems will become a supplier of Adents serialization software to its nationwide set of customers.

Steve Ryan, Chief Strategy Officer for Thermo Systems. said:

Partnering with Adents allows Thermo Systems to offer an effective, comprehensive serialization solution for our customers in the regulated industries. This solution’s reliability and rapid implementation will help Thermo Systems customers meet current and pending international track and trace mandates, including FDA compliance per the Drug Supply Chain Security Act (DSCSA).

Adents’ unit identification and traceability software solution is exceedingly flexible, easily scalable, and deploys quickly – all important factors for achieving compliance, minimizing counterfeiting, brand protection, or enriching marketing.  With Adents’ Pharma Suite serialization software, companies can accelerate the path to compliance, keep abreast of consumer safety, innovate with new communication channels, and get more market insight. Adents also helps companies leverage big data and gain competitive advantage through use of a personalized method of connecting brands to their markets with unique product identification. Brands also use the company’s software to comply with regulations on product traceability.

Thermo Systems has a national reach and a fully trained team of engineers ready to deploy Adents serialization solutions to help Life Science companies efficiently and cost-effectively comply with the looming 2017 DSCSA deadline. By using our software tools and global track and trace experience, Thermo Systems has increased its safety and security implementation capabilities on behalf of its customers.

Said James Cummings, VP Americas for Adents Americas.

With nine offices across the country, Thermo Systems is headquartered in East Windsor, NJ and focuses on delivering automation and information solutions to the Energy and Consumer markets, including pharmaceutical manufacturing; district energy and utilities; critical HVAC; food, beverage, and consumer packaged goods; and more. Thermo Systems’ partnership with Adents offers increased utilization of the company’s EVO or ‘Exploring Value Opportunities’ process of developing solutions in direct response to the changing demands of its many customers.

Christopher DALE
+1 (973) 227-8080 ext. 116


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