CSL Plasma, Inc. has selected Haemonetics Corporation’s' Next Generation Donor Management System (NextGen DMS) to manage plasma collection across its more than 100 plasma donation centres in the US and Europe.
This is part of a long-term technology agreement signed between the two companies.
Haemonetics says that its fully integrated software system is designed to enable greater efficiency and advance the collection operations performance.
CSL Plasma general manager Randy Furby said: "At CSL Plasma, our success is achieved through innovation and we recognize the power of technology to seamlessly integrate and streamline all aspects of our plasma collection activities and equipment.
"We are excited to extend our innovation strategy by partnering with Haemonetics to rollout their NextGen DMS software across our collection network to bring us to the next level of a truly integrated solution."
Global Plasma president for Haemonetics Pete Allen commented: "This strategic global partnership will help us expand the capabilities of our advanced solutions for the industry, which includes an enhancement to our current plasma collection device that will support two-way data communication, and will complement our new software offering."
CSL Plasma has plasma collection centres in the US and Germany; state-of-the-art testing laboratories that features some of the most advanced technology, instrumentation and automation in the field; three logistics centres and corporate headquarters in Boca Raton, Florida.