Working Partnerships

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When you select a partner to develop your product what factors drive your decision?

Triteq brings skills, knowledge and experience to every project and has the proven ability to fulfil varying requirements for clients, from start-ups looking to bring exciting new projects to market, to large corporates who are looking for intelligent partnerships to work with them on demanding and technically challenging propositions. All of Triteq's teams engage in external learning opportunities to ensure trends and emerging technologies are incorporated into its working methods.

The AP@home project is a good example of Triteq's cooperative working processes. They form a key part of the consortium which is bringing together world-leading experts in the fields of diabetic medical device development, clinical researchers and modelling and control algorithm experts, including seven academic partners. Pushing the boundaries of current technologies using an automated closed loop software algorithm, continuous glucose monitor (CGM) and a continuous subcutaneous insulin infusion (CSII) could help many thousands of diabetes patients around the world lead improved lives by producing an artificial pancreas.

Quality Assurance

Technical Director Ken Hall wanted an external assurance for clients of Triteq's rigorous working methods so he devised a process and system of working which received TUV approval for ISO13485 and ISO9001. Medical approval and regulatory standards are stringent and achievement of these standards is a clear demonstration of the exacting standards that Triteq works to. Awareness of new standards is vital to Quality Management. IEC 62304 is a new regulation for developing medical device software, Ken has ensured Triteq was prepared in advance and was invited by emdt magazine to explain the new classification and help other organisations assess the impact to their work.

“The safety classification has a tremendous impact on the code development process. It is therefore in the interests of medical device manufacturers to get this right the first time to avoid expensive, time-consuming rework late in a project.” Ken Hall Triteq Technical Director in emdt magazine 2010

If you would like to register for the next Triteq Innovation event please visit our website or call Ken Hall on 01488 684554.

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