At heart, we’re engineers. We’ve managed multiple manufacturing, packaging, sterilization and inspection vendors, and the team has personally visited, inspected, packaged and shipped thousands of parts for product launches.
Our medical device logistics software is the result of that collective experience. Our technology and vision is shaped by our wins and losses, our success, and our frustration at seeing an industry that can be radically transformed by mobile technology, clear visibility, and a firm commitment to helping our customers succeed.
The roots of Enhatch date to the late 1990’s when Pete and Mike met at Stryker Corporation where they were subsequently joined by Leo in 2001. While their work was primarily related to implant and instrument development and product commercialization, every new product launch highlighted the same issues to them: poor technology adoption, a lack of information transfer with insightful field sales teams, and massive, yet inefficient investments in inventory.
As they built their knowledge-base, Devin had simultaneously begun building the foundation of our inventory product, initially targeting medical device distributors. Jonathan and Trent later joined him at Surgisoft and their work, particularly for Integra LifeSciences, built out the product to be the most advanced medical device inventory management solution on the market.
These two paths converged in 2015, when customer and product synergy and complementary philosophies led Enhatch to acquire Surgisoft and its team. Since then, the combined team has integrated its web and mobile solutions, and they continue to address the issues that they’d seen at Stryker.
Today, with a growing team of technologists and the backing of top tier investment firms, Enhatch is building the industry’s most comprehensive system, a solution that will change the way medical device companies operate.