HemaTerra, a leading software provider to blood centers, hospitals and medical facilities that collect blood products and other biologics, announces a continued demand for integrated systems. Reporting growth in new sales and client signings, HemaTerra recognizes a strong demand in the industry for software that integrates the entire supply chain.
In just a few months, HemaTerra sold 32 products to hospitals and blood centers, including one of the world’s largest blood centers. The total number of products – red cell, platelet and plasma – managed annually by HemaTerra software is now approximately 80 million.
The driving force behind HemaTerra’s growth is a strong foundation of integrated systems, including: HemaControl – hospital order entry and inventory management; HemaComply – Quality Control; HemaComply – Equipment Manager; and HemaConnect – donor recruitment CRM. These integrated systems connect multi-departmental data for better management of operational areas, the entire supply chain, as well as an alliance of several organizations.
Industry partners and the need to connect inter-departmental data guided the design, development and support of HemaTerra systems. Recent advances include: rare donor and antigen-negative inventory, HemaConnect FrontDesk, pathogen reduction, reagent QC and testing, as well as donor conversion and mobile app tie-in.
The industry is selecting HemaTerra for three primary reasons: solid products, continuous investment, and great customer service. Other new releases to continue its momentum are underway and will be announced.