Atlas Vac Machine (Cincinnati) in recent years has ramped up a program to ensure that companies using its medical tray sealers receive data from each press sealing cycle.
The goal of the company’s Enterprise Integration Solution (EIS) is to ensure proven quality and quantitative analysis. The EIS improves access to data through a simplified interface between complex corporate Enterprise Resource and Planning (ERP) software and Atlas Vac Machine’s pneumatic or all-electric tray sealers.
“This is a deciding moment for our industry. Currently, medical tray sealers sit outside of the corporate ERP systems, and there is very little data being generated to prove the quality of the medical tray sealing event,” John Abraham, Atlas Vac Machine’s president, said in a news release.
“With stricter FDA requirements being implemented, our EIS is need to ensure that each tray sealing data set is captured and reported back to the network servers for analysis,” Abraham said.
Thanks to the EIS, medtech companies using Atlas Vac Machine tray sealers are able to create a simple crafted file on their own ERP software with instructions for Atlas Vac machines. They’re able to customize temperature, pressure and sealing time, and other vital information.
It’s possible to place the EIS on many existing Atlas Vac sealers with a retrofit kit, and it’s possible to include the EIS on new machines. Atlas Vac said it has started delivering the EIS to Fortune 1000 companies.