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"Beginning in May of this year, TCP will be making a huge marketing effort to introduce these products and services to the rapidly expanding US market," Hart said.
TCP sees a huge market for ATP's computerized solutions including; ATP-ThermoProfile™, an innovative and cost effective software platform for data loggers, ATP-Mirador™, for real time monitoring of temperature controlled products, and ATP-DOCOS™, a document management software used in regulatory compliance applications.
"Our goal is to give our current pharmaceutical customers easy access to the tools required to help them control their supply chain processes" Hart said. "The role of ATP will be to help them implement cold chain quality compliance solutions best suited to their needs."
The first phase for many customers will be to perform a Gap Analysis. This procedure allows the customers to better understand the "gaps" or areas for improvement within their cold chain processes."With TCP as a strategic partner, we will be able to provide a more complete cold chain expertise to fulfill the needs of the North American Life sciences industry," Mr. Jean Bedard, CEO of ATP said.