Jacksonville, Fla.-based MTS said the partnership will allow it to integrate iTraycer into existing technology and enterprise resource planning and customer relationship management software.
“We are enormously pleased to partner with Jitterbit, a leading cloud integration software vendor with 35,000 customers from all over the world and, more importantly, an extremely high rate of customer satisfaction. We anticipate that our partnership with Jitterbit will speed the integration of iTraycer and make it possible for us to move quickly and reliably help customers enhance their medical device inventory management,” MTS CEO Stephen Bradley said in a press release.
Alameda, Calif.-based Jitterbit provides customized solutions for connecting applications to the cloud and each other, and works with customers internationally, Medical Tracking Solutions said.
“At Jitterbit, we help companies automate processes and eliminate manual work to save time, money, and stress. Our goal is to achieve innovation powered by integration. We look forward to improving medical device tracking and, ultimately, patient care through our partnership with MTS,” Jitterbit CEO George Gallegos said in a prepared statement.