NORTH EAST, MARYLAND, March 22, 2017 — Operative Experience, Inc. (OEI), a fast-rising developer of high-fidelity human simulators for surgical and pre-hospital education, today announced that, as part of its ongoing expansion strategy, it has entered into sales agreements with distribution companies in Europe, Asia and North Africa.
“We’re seeing increasing demand for our simulation products throughout the world,” said Mick Navin, president and CEO of Operative Experience. “These partnerships will allow us to further extend our reach and meet the educational needs in these countries.”
OEI will be represented in China by Lusun Wyatt Co., one of the most respected and successful providers of advanced medical simulation products in the region. The French-based company Mice Groupe, providers of healthcare learning tools for medicine, surgery, nursing and midwifery, will represent OEI in France, Switzerland, Morocco, Algeria and Tunisia. And, in Scandinavia, OEI products will be sold through medical products supplier, Opti-Safe.
OEI will provide these resellers the opportunity to sell its complete line of healthcare simulation products, including the C-Celia Emergency Obstetrics Suite, which provides fully-operative simulators for C-section, fetal extraction and postpartum hemorrhage training; the Tactical Casualty Care simulator for TCCC training; and its full line of surgical and trauma simulators.
“We’re extremely excited to be able to join forces with such well known and acclaimed distribution partners in these important global markets,” said Jane O’Reilly, Global VP of Sales for OEI. “We believe these relationships will play a significant role in our success and growth and look forward to adding more markets to our international sales network in the near future.”
About Operative Experience, Inc.
Operative Experience, Inc. is on a mission to revolutionize surgical and pre-hospital training. Using medical simulators with unprecedented anatomical and surgical fidelity within a rigorous experiential instructional paradigm, OEI reduces training costs while increasing training effectiveness and retention. OEI is dedicated to applying this technology to reduce combat and civilian surgical mortality, and to provide humanitarian support to developing countries with limited medical resources.