Medical Tracking Solutions Partners with Summit Corporate Services

JACKSONVILLE, FL -- Medical Tracking Solutions, Inc. announces a partnership with Summit Corporate Services, Inc. a global outsourcing and third party logistics solutions provider serving diverse industries, including the consumer, medical device, and the life science industries. Summit will offer the iTraycer software to their clients to enable enhanced inventory management and to streamline sales and distribution processes. iTraycer is a comprehensive inventory management system that provides real-time tracking of medical devices and biologics – visible by part, lot, and serial numbers – providing traceability from manufacturer to patient.

"We are excited to partner with Summit because we are confident that the iTraycer software will dramatically increase their clients' visibility of field inventory and sales data while providing more efficient order entry and loaner kit processes," said Stephen D. Bradley, Chief Executive Officer of MTS.

Founded in 2002, Summit ( delivers customizable outsourcing solutions to medical device manufacturers from start-ups to established industry leaders. Summit's services include distribution, warehousing, customer service, order processing & fulfillment, quality control, and consulting. The company is headquartered in Bozeman, MT, within close proximity to FedEx and UPS hubs, which allows accommodation of late day and last minute orders both domestically and internationally to over 40 countries worldwide. Summit is ISO 13485 & 9001 certified as well as an FDA registered Repackager and Relabeler.

"At Summit, our goal is to deliver the most efficient and cost-effective solutions that can save clients 50 – 75% over developing and managing in-house operations while allowing them to remain focused on the most critical aspects of their business, including product development and growing sales," said Damon Peary, Summit President and CEO. "Integrating iTraycer into Summit's service model will enable us to provide clients with expanded mobile applications, linking their sales teams with our customer service center and providing improved inventory control, visibility, and enhanced reporting capabilities."

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