XStream Systems reports the completion of its annual authorised sales agents meeting, at which the major focus was the pharmaceutical authentication system now being offered throughout the USA
"Given the proliferation of counterfeit pharmaceuticals both here and abroad, we are convinced that we have a unique solution.
"A technology which looks inside sealed pharmaceutical containers will be a positive focus for our company and ASA Partners" stated Alan Clock, senior vice president of sales and marketing for XStream Systems.
Senior executives and key representatives from Compass Engineering, Omicron, Schlegel Associates, and Remetronix attended the meeting.
Also present was Eastern Applied Research from Lockport, New York.
After the gathering, Bob Moll, general manager of EAR stated: "We are excited to be involved with XStream and the calibre of people we have met in the last few days".
Topics covered included corporate history and direction, sales techniques for the XT250 system, market focus, marketing tactics, and pharmaceutical industry practices.
Aside from the training, another key event was the establishment of complete US field service provider coverage.
This national support system enables any XT250 material identification system to have a service provider ready at anytime, anywhere.
XStream Systems says it considers this year's ASA meeting a success.
The company is looking forward to a great year with their ASAs and FSPs, and is already looking ahead to 2009's meeting.