Remote Temperature Monitoring and Alerting Systems for Temperature Sensitive Inventories Take a Leap Forward With new End-to-End Solution from Sensatronics, Inc.

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Sensatronics unique temperature monitoring and alerting systems are accurate, constant, easy-to-use and affordable solutions for managing and reporting the status of your temperature-sensitive inventories.

Sensatronics remote temperature monitoring and reporting systems

Vital blood and tissue samples can be monitored and protected with our remote systems

“Sensatronics unique temperature monitoring and alerting systems are accurate, constant, easy-to-use and affordable solutions for managing and reporting the status of your temperature-sensitive inventories."

Sensatronics, Inc., a private-equity company headquartered here today announced a major systems and process improvement for remote, continuous monitoring of temperature-sensitive inventories, according to Keith Wight, company CEO.

“Sensatronics unique temperature monitoring and alerting systems are accurate, constant, easy-to-use and affordable solutions for managing and reporting the status of your temperature-sensitive inventories. Our end-to-end solution platform delivers mobile text and email messages to your designated techs whenever the system records a deviation from limits so that they can take quick action to prevent a costly product loss”, Mr. Wight stated.

“With almost 90% of all mobile text messages opened within 90 seconds, Sensatronics is the fastest, most reliable system to avoid safety infractions, costly inventory losses, damage to valuable products and higher risk assessments. And the bonus is that you are instantly in compliance reporting mode with automated tracking. Our software is installed in the cloud or on premise,” he added.

In the healthcare industry, Sensatronics primarily serves the pharmacy, clinical research and hospital sectors. In the even broader foodservice markets, the company’s systems are deployed in food processing plants, food freezers, cold-storage warehouses, cafeterias and restaurants. According to the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) 2014 ERS Report, the foodservice industry sales were at least $ 1.24 trillion for the latest year data was available.

Sensatronics end-to-end systems are architected, designed, flow-charted and built upon the user’s operational parameters. The Sensatronics design engineer team simply wants and needs to know if the pressing need is for a single facility and inventory monitoring process or does the user need to use the initial, installed solution as the baseline for scaling to additional facilities and a network of geographically dispersed operations.

TARP is the Sensatronics Temperature Alert Response Protocol and is the systematic process for handling alerts (a similar but different process and protocol is used for data reporting up and out of the organization). We collaboratively establish an alert notification sequence and how alerts are elevated if that need is anticipated.

Sensatronics was founded over 14 years ago with the singular objective of being the most dependable resource for remote monitoring and protecting customers’ valuable assets. Today, Sensatronics’ primary objective remains the same; dedicated to deploying superb remote temperature and environmental monitoring and alerting solutions industry customers can trust.

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