Enterprise software consulting firm Datix has begun moving into the medtech arena.
The St. Louis company, which has served a range of midsize manufacturers and distributors for more than 20 years, said it recently gained growing interest from medical device manufacturers in need of comprehensive enterprise resource planning (ERP) solutions.
“Managing medical device manufacturing operations has become increasingly complicated due to the intricacy of the products and stringent regulations,” said Datix CEO Matt Schuval in a prepared statement. “These demands have driven more businesses from this industry to seek out ERP implementations and integrations.”
As an Epicor Platinum reseller, Datix can help medtech companies to execute complex products, drill down into performance metrics, control their supply chain, execute quality management and meet regulatory requirements, the company said.
“Businesses in this industry have a global reach, and as they expand, they have to stay on top of increasingly rigorous quality demands,” said Candice Evertowski, Datix’s chief marketing and business development officer. “To do this, they have to integrate their systems and configure their ERP solutions to make their infrastructure as robust and streamlined as possible.”
Datix also sells software by Salesforce, Microsoft Dynamics 365, Magento and Scribe. The company uses Unity as its pre-built integration solution for ERP, CRM, and e-commerce enterprise software.