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Terso Solutions partners with Helmer Scientific to offer new, larger RFID Refrigerator

Partnership integrates Terso's patented RFID solutions with Helmer's industry leading Medical and Laboratory Refrigeration products

MADISON, Wis., March 4, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Terso Solutions, Inc. and Helmer Scientific have partnered to offer fully automated tracking of high value refrigerated inventory including pharmaceuticals, reagents, and medical devices. Terso's patented RFID technology has been integrated into Helmer's industry leading 20 cubic foot medical-grade refrigerators.

Terso Solutions, Inc.

"Helmer Scientific is a proven leader in the healthcare and life science industry," said Joe Pleshek, President and CEO, Terso Solutions, Inc. "As we looked to further expand our product line for our healthcare and life science customers, Helmer became the clear choice for us. We are extremely excited about what this brings to the market."

"We are pleased to join forces with Terso Solutions, an innovative, forward-thinking industry leader," said Bruce King, President of Helmer Scientific.  "We are excited to combine our history of producing quality, cold storage products with the advanced technologies of Terso to bring industry leading solutions to the market."

Terso's solution uses secure access control and RFID to automatically capture and process each inventory transaction – in real time. Unlike other storage solutions that require data entry prior to product access, the RFID enclosures use access card technology, which allows users to swipe their badge, remove the desired product, and move on to the next task. Hospital costs decrease with reduced waste and easier reconciliation processes. The system also provides 24/7 temperature monitoring for sensitive products.

For more information, please visit www.tersosolutions.com.

About Terso Solutions, Inc.

Terso Solutions, Inc. is the leading provider of RFID products and services that enable automated inventory management solutions for tracking high-value medical and scientific products in healthcare and life science. Terso Solutions, Inc. is backed by 13 years of RFID product development and implementation experience. Our product line includes RFID Cabinets, Refrigerators, and Freezers (-20C to -80C), RFID-enabled smart rooms, and RFID software platforms. Headquartered in Madison, WI, Terso Solutions is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Promega Corporation. Additional information is available at www.tersosolutions.com.

About Helmer Scientific

Helmer Scientific is a manufacturer and global distributor of high-quality laboratory equipment and refrigerated products for the life science industry, bringing over 35 years of cold storage experience to the market.  Helmer Global Initiatives (HGI) is a corporate effort of Helmer Scientific designed to spread a culture of generosity through philanthropy and volunteerism.   For more information, please visit www.helmerinc.com.

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