2011 Earthday - Project Calumet
2011 - Milwaukee, WI
Alpha Source, Inc supports Earth Day by hosting the 2nd annual Earth Day Clean-up known as Project Calumet. Milwaukee County Supervisor Johnny Thomas in addition to neighboring businesses will be in attendance supporting the cause. Read More
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2009 Engineering World Health Project
2009 January 8, Milwaukee, WI (Updated April 15, 2009):
Alpha Source, Inc has joined forces with students from the Marquette University Biomedical Engineering Society (BMES), Engineers Without Borders (EWB) and the Milwaukee School of Engineering (MSOE) Healthcare Without Borders (HWB) to assemble defibrillator battery test kits that will be distributed and used in hospitals of developing countries.
The unassembled defibrillator battery test kits will be purchased by Alpha Source from Engineering World Health (EWH), a charitable organization founded to harness the resources of collegiate engineering programs and professional engineers for the improvement of conditions in hospitals of the developing world. Once the kits have been assembled and tested, they will be used to test the electrical charge levels of defibrillators. EWH will forward the kits on to partner hospitals directly or through students participating in the EWH Summer Institute. The EWH Summer Institute gives engineering, physics and chemistry college students the opportunity to get hands-on repair and design experience while simultaneously helping disadvantaged hospitals and patients at facilities in Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Honduras and Tanzania.
Dr. Kris Ropella, Biomedical Engineering Department Chair of Marquette University and Dr. Samantha Jacques, Biomedical Engineering Program Director of MSOE, both found this joint venture a great opportunity to engage the students academically as well as expose them to global healthcare improvement initiatives. By working on this project Marquette and MSOE students will get basic soldering and electrical circuit experience through assembling and testing the kits donated by Alpha Source.
A part of our corporate mission is to work with charitable organizations that focus on providing quality healthcare worldwide. When I was introduced to the EWH program and the opportunity to engage young minds in the process, I wanted to make an impact and get involved, said Alpha Source President Norine Carlson-Weber. MSOE student Catherine Weitenbeck (MSOE's EWB President) and Marquette student Kevin Vincent (Marquette's BSME President) are both excited about collaborating with Alpha Source and students from another Wisconsin university on a project that allows them to develop their engineering skills and make a difference.
Building kits for free distribution to developing country hospitals is a great way for collegiate engineering programs to contribute to improving the lives of people who live in poor and vulnerable communities, where having reliable equipment can literally mean the difference between life and death, says Frank Webb, the Executive Director of EWH. We are excited to see this wonderful gesture from Alpha Source and the students at Marquette University and Milwaukee School of Engineering.
Kits will be assembled at MSOE on Saturday, January 17th and Marquette on Wednesday, January 21st and Saturday, January 24th. Engineering World Health, founded in 2001 by Dr. Robert Malkin and Dr. Mohammad Kiani, is a national organization with chapters at schools in the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom. EWH works in close partnership with Duke University, which manages the Engineering World Health Summer Institute program.
2009 AAMI Conference
Milwaukee, WI (April 6, 2009)
Alpha Source, Inc. will be exhibiting at the 2009 AAMI Conference and Expo taking place on June 6 - 8, 2009 in Baltimore, Maryland.
A+ Letter Grade from the Better Business Bureau
Milwaukee, WI (January 6, 2009)
Alpha Source, Inc. earned the Better Business Bureau(BBB) highest accreditation rating of A+ as a result of meeting and exceeding established accreditation standards.
The newly launched letter grade rating system replaces the previous two-dimensional satisfactory and unsatisfactory system providing consumers a more comprehensive and objective view of a business reliability and trustworthiness. According to the BBB, this new and improved system has enhanced their rating system overall visual appeal and user-friendly format. Businesses will be rated objectively based on a computer-generated formula that takes into account 16 different factors most of which revolve around customer complaint history. The focus on the number of complaints, the severity of complaints and how a business resolves complaints are the main determinants that can drive a business letter grade up or down keeping customer satisfaction at the forefront. Becoming an accredited BBB company is a part of Alpha Source ongoing commitment to industry best customer service and product quality. Other steps Alpha Source has taken to keep customers and quality first include achieving ISO13485:2003 Certification and the implementation of robust product quality and compliance, Quality Management Systems.
Alpha Source, Inc. Makes Third Straight Inc. 5000 List with Three-Year Sales Growth of 53%
Milwaukee, Wisc. December 27, 2012 — Alpha Source, Inc., a global medical equipment parts distributor and battery pack manufacturer, made the Inc. 5000 list for the third time with a three-year sales growth rate of 53%. The Inc. 5000 list is an exclusive ranking of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies. Headquartered in Milwaukee, Wisc. Alpha Source ranked #3513 nationally and #36 among Wisconsin companies.
Alpha Source’s increase in product diversity and newly formed partnerships are a contributing factor to the continued success.
Norine Carlson-Weber, president of Alpha Source, said, “We have always tried to anticipate our customers’ needs by expanding the types of medical repair parts we carry and the number of items we stock. Our readiness has allowed our company to grow year after year.”
This is the third consecutive year Alpha Source has been ranked on the Inc. 5000 list. In 2011, Alpha Source ranked #4124, and in 2010, Alpha Source ranked #3492.
The 2012 Inc. 5000 is ranked according to percentage revenue growth when comparing 2008 to 2011. To qualify, companies must have been founded and generating revenue by March 31, 2008. Companies had to be U.S.-based, privately held, for profit, and independent—not subsidiaries or divisions of other companies—as of December 31, 2011.
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Alpha Source, Inc. Donates $1,000 to the Marine Toys for Tots Foundation
Milwaukee, Wisc. December 19, 2012— Alpha Source, Inc., a multi-vendor medical equipment parts distributor and battery pack manufacturer, donates $1,000 to the Marine Toys for Tots Foundation—a foundation focused on delivering gifts to America’s needy children. The donation is the local component of Alpha Source’s 2012 Holiday giving efforts. Earlier, Alpha Source and its employees donated 100 gift-filled shoeboxes to Samaritan’s Purse’s Operation Christmas Child—an international organization that delivers gifts to children around the world. For every box donated to Operation Christmas Child, Alpha Source also donated $10 per box to Toys for Tots. Alpha Source’s donation of new toys was dropped off at the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve Center of Milwaukee, Wisc.
In November, Alpha Source and Alpha Source employees set a goal of sending 100 gift-filled shoeboxes to Operation Christmas Child. Through donations from Alpha Source, Alpha Source employees and local businesses, they met their goal. As an added bonus, for every gift-filled box sent to Operation Christmas Child, Alpha Source donated $10 per box to Toys for Tots. The result was a $1,000 donation towards new toys for Toys for Tots of Milwaukee.
“Any time we can incorporate a local component to our community service efforts, we are glad to do it. Working with organizations like Toys for Tots is a great way to get our company and our employees involved with giving back,” said Norine Carlson-Weber, president of Alpha Source.
One-thousand dollars’ worth of new toys for boys and girls, including board games, dolls, balls, books, crafts, action figures, toy cars, and others, were donated.
The U.S. Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots Foundation is dedicated to bringing the joy of Christmas to America’s needy children. Toys for Tots began in 1947, and since it began, the foundation has delivered 332.5 million toys to 158.7 million needy children.
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Alpha Source, Inc. Sends 100 Gift-Filled Shoeboxes to Operation Christmas Child—a Samaritan’s Purse Project
Milwaukee, Wisc. November 28, 2012. — Alpha Source, Inc., a multi-vendor medical equipment parts distributor, sent 100 shoeboxes filled with gifts to Operation Christmas Child, a project of Samaritan’s Purse that delivers gifts to children worldwide. Alpha Source, Alpha Source employees, and local businesses including Allen Edmonds Shoe Corporation, Dental Professionals of Germantown, Eggers Imprints, and Visual Impressions donated items for the cause. The gifts will be delivered during the Holiday season.
Alpha Source employees wrapped and stuffed 100 shoeboxes with various items including toothbrushes, toothpastes, washcloths, t-shirts, soap bars, dolls, noisemakers, calculators, crayons, activity books, and other items. The gift-filled shoeboxes will be delivered to boys and girls all over the world. Children receiving the gifts range from ages two to fourteen.
Alpha Source and its employees donated various hygiene products, toys and school supplies. Allen Edmonds donated empty shoeboxes. Eggers Imprints donated t-shirts. Dr. Thomas Albiero of Dental Professionals in Germantown donated toothbrushes and toothpastes. Visual Impressions donated t-shirts and baseball caps.
“Operation Christmas Child offers us a unique opportunity to make a small difference in the lives of children worldwide. This project has brought our employees and local businesses together,” said Norine Carlson-Weber, president of Alpha Source.
This year, Operation Christmas Child expects to deliver its 100 millionth shoebox since the project began in 1993. This is the fifth year Alpha Source has donated to Operation Christmas Child.
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Alpha Source, Inc. Donates Over $350,000 in Medical Equipment Parts to Samaritan’s Purse
Milwaukee, Wisc. September 25, 2012. — Alpha Source, Inc., a global medical equipment parts distributor, donated over $350,000 in retail value of medical replacement parts to Samaritan’s Purse, an organization dedicated to providing aid to victims of war, disease, disaster, poverty, famine, and persecution. The fiscal 2011-2012 donation consisted of various defibrillator service parts. The replacement parts will be used to repair lifesaving medical equipment in hospitals and clinics around the world.
“The parts donated by Alpha Source are going to be extremely valuable to Samaritan’s Purse and the mission hospitals we serve as we repair equipment that can save lives,” said Michael Rickman, a biomedical equipment technician for Samaritan’s Purse. “The real scope of Alpha Source’s donation is immeasurable. These parts can literally impact thousands of lives across the globe in places that promote healing not only physically but spiritually.”
According to Norine Carlson-Weber, president of Alpha Source, “We hope our donations can help accelerate the repairs of down medical equipment to help save as many lives as possible. We are proud to be able to contribute to such a great cause and look forward to continuing our relationship with Samaritan’s Purse.”
Alpha Source has been involved with Samaritan’s Purse since 2007. In addition to donating valuable medical equipment parts, Alpha Source also participates in Operation Christmas Child, a Samaritan’s Purse project that hand delivers shoe box gifts to underprivileged children worldwide to let them know they are loved and not forgotten.
Alpha Source supports various medical mission charities including the International Child Heart Foundation, Friends of the Orphans, The Luz Fund, Seattle Anesthesia Outreach, and the TriMedx Foundation.
Samaritan’s Purse, based in Boone, N.C., is an international Christian relief organization that responds to the physical and spiritual needs of individuals in crisis situations - especially in locations where few others are working. Samaritan's Purse works in more than 100 countries to provide aid. Each year, the medical arm of Samaritan’s Purse places hundreds of doctors, dentists, and other medical professionals in voluntary, short-term service with hospitals and clinics in the world’s least developed countries. The project also provides overseas hospitals with critically needed medical equipment and supplies.
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Alpha Source, Inc. Offers Savings on Medical Equipment Parts with Exclusive Partnership with Elite Biomedical Solutions
Milwaukee, Wisc. August 28, 2012 — Alpha Source, Inc., a global medical equipment parts distributor, announced it has partnered with Elite Biomedical Solutions (Elite), a manufacturer of alternative medical device replacement parts, to become the exclusive distributor of Elite infusion pump parts for Independent Service Organizations (ISOs). ISOs will be able to receive special pricing discounts on Elite parts by ordering directly from Alpha Source. Parts are already stocked and available from Alpha Source.
The new partnership will provide ISOs with unique advantages:
All accounts, including hospitals and clinics, can still order directly from Elite or they can choose to order from Alpha Source.
According to Don Melnikoff, vice president of Alpha Source, “We pride ourselves on providing solutions for our customers and our partners. The exclusive partnership with Elite will allow us to offer high-quality, cost-effective replacement parts to customers while delivering proactive supply chain solutions for Elite.”
Nate Smith, vice president of Elite Biomedical Solutions, said, “We chose to partner with Alpha Source because of their huge presence and great reputation in the medical equipment parts industry. Our customers will be in good hands. We look forward to what the future will hold for Elite and Alpha Source.”
Elite Biomedical Solutions’ mission is to work with biomedical departments to identify key replacement parts and engineer higher quality, less expensive alternatives. Located in Cincinnati, Ohio, Elite currently manufactures substitute medical equipment parts for B. Braun and CareFusion equipment.
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Alpha Source, Inc. and Tripp Lite Team Up for CEAI’s Third Annual Conference
Milwaukee, Wisc. August 9, 2012—Alpha Source, Inc., a global medical equipment parts distributor and battery-pack manufacturer, will be teaming up with Tripp Lite, a world-leading manufacturer of power protection and connectivity solutions, by exhibiting together at the Clinical Engineering Association of Illinois’ (CEAI) Third Annual Conference. Alpha Source and Tripp Lite will be at booth number 30. The 2012 conference will be held at the Marriot in Oak Brook, Ill., and will run from August, 22nd-23rd.
This is the third year Alpha Source has been a part of CEAI’s Annual Conference. Alpha Source and Tripp Lite’s booth will showcase some new innovations from Tripp Lite including Tripp Lite’s SMARTRACK™ Series. Alpha Source will also have other popular medical repair parts and solutions on hand.
According to Norine Carlson-Weber, president of Alpha Source, “We are very excited to take our partnership with Tripp Lite to a new level by exhibiting together. Both Tripp Lite and Alpha Source are innovators in our industries, and by coming together we are able to provide our customers the latest and best products.”
“As our partnership with Alpha Source continues to grow, we find more ways to collaborate in order to provide customers the solutions and quality products they need, and exhibiting at CEAI’s Annual Conference together is just one of the many collaborations to come,” according to Molly Jantzen, global director medical sales and marketing of Tripp Lite.
This year’s CEAI conference titled “Healthcare Reform is Now!” will include educational presentations, and an exhibit hall. Over 200 attendees are expected to be at the CEAI Conference, along with 60 exhibiting companies.
The CEAI has more than 200 members, including clinical engineers, biomedical equipment technicians, consultants, and other healthcare technology and medical equipment professionals.
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Alpha Source, Inc. Expands Battery Offerings on New Premier Healthcare Alliance Contract
Milwaukee, Wisc. August 1, 2012—Alpha Source, Inc., a battery-pack manufacturer and medical equipment parts distributor, has been awarded a new Premier healthcare alliance contract agreement for batteries. Effective August 1st, 2012, Alpha Source’s new contract has been expanded to include an additional 150 batteries for a total of nearly 500 batteries, battery packs, and battery kits. Premier is a leading healthcare purchasing network.
As a Premier contracted supplier, Alpha Source will have access to more than 2,600 U.S. hospitals and 86,000-plus other healthcare sites. Premier members can take advantage of special pricing and terms pre-negotiated by Premier.
Alpha Source has been a Premier contracted supplier for batteries since 2009. The 2012 agreement, which includes an additional 150 batteries, brings the total battery offerings from Alpha Source for Premier members to nearly 500 batteries, battery packs, and battery kits.
Premier members can find a variety of batteries from sealed lead acid (SLA), nickel cadmium (NiCad), alkaline, lithium coin cells, to many more on the contract. Batteries on the contract are used in medical equipment and devices such as infusion pumps, pulse oximeters, vital sign monitors, and more. Alpha Source also carries a wide variety of brands including battery-packs manufactured by its subsidiary Access Battery, and leading battery brands such as Panasonic, Power Sonic, Ultralife, Rayovac, Energizer, Yuasa, and others.
“We look forward to continuing to provide battery solutions to Premier members,” said Norine Carlson-Weber, president of Alpha Source. “Our expanded battery selection gives members more options for high-quality batteries at an affordable price.”
The new 3 year contract runs from August 1st, 2012 through July 31st, 2015.
Premier is a provider-owned performance improvement alliance of more than 2,600 U.S. hospitals and 86,000-plus other healthcare sites using the power of collaboration and technology to lead the transformation to high-quality, cost-effective care.
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Alpha Source, Inc. Awarded Five-Year GSA IT Schedule 70 Contract
Milwaukee, Wisc. July 11, 2012—Medical equipment replacement parts provider and battery-pack manufacturer, Alpha Source, Inc. has been awarded a U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) Information Technology (IT) Schedule 70 Contract for the purchase of new equipment. Alpha Source’s partnership with Motorola led to the Schedule 70 contract, which offers federal, state, and local governments solutions for their IT needs. The five-year GSA Schedule 70 Contract, contract number GS-35F-0458Y, is good until June 2017. Alpha Source is now on GSA Schedule 70 and Schedule 56.
This is the first year Alpha Source is on Schedule 70. The award was in part due to Alpha Source’s strategic partnership with Motorola. The addition of Schedule 70 allows Alpha Source, a WBNEC certified company, to expand its product offerings for Motorola accessories to include interface cables, headsets, microphones, radio holsters, and antennas.
According to Norine Carlson-Weber, president of Alpha Source, “The government sector remains a growing part of our business, and Motorola has played a large role in our success within that market. We look forward to the opportunities that come with expanding our partnership with Motorola and from being on Schedule 70.”
“Our partnership with Alpha Source continues to grow more each year. Expanding our offerings through Alpha Source on Schedule 70 is a natural step for both companies,” said a Motorola Solutions Representative.
Over 5,000 certified industry partners provide buyers direct access to information technology products and services through Schedule 70.
The GSA Schedule Contract is the most widely used government contract vehicle. GSA Contracts simplify the procurement process for many federal customers.
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Medical Replacement Parts Distributor, Alpha Source, Inc., to Exhibit at the AAMI 2012 Conference and Expo
Milwaukee, Wisc. May 23, 2012—Medical equipment replacement parts provider and battery-pack manufacturer, Alpha Source, Inc. will be exhibiting at the Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation (AAMI) 2012 Conference and Expo. As the premier event for the medical equipment industry, the AAMI Expo provides exhibitors with access to buyers of medical technologies. This year’s event will be held from June 2-4 in Charlotte, North Carolina.
This is the twelfth year Alpha Source is exhibiting at the AAMI Conference and Expo. Attendees can find the latest product information and medical replacement parts solutions from Alpha Source by visiting booth number 716.
The three-day event draws over 1,500 healthcare technology management professionals, and over 150 exhibiting companies. Attendees exchange information and ideas about the latest medical equipment technologies and industry developments.
According to Don Melnikoff, vice president of Alpha Source, “The AAMI show not only gives us a chance to connect with our customers and meet new prospects, but we also learn so much about what’s going on in the industry. The more we know, the better we understand what our customers are going through and can better provide them with the right solutions.”
The Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation is an alliance of more than 6,000 medical technology professionals. The mission of AAMI is to increase the understanding and beneficial use of medical technology by providing educational events like the AAMI Conference and Expo.
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Alpha Source, Inc. Receives National Certification from the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council as a Women’s Business Enterprise
Milwaukee, Wisc. May 17, 2012—Alpha Source, Inc., a medical device repair parts distributor and battery pack manufacturer, received national certification as a Women’s Business Enterprise from the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC). The WBENC certification confirms that Alpha Source is at least 51% owned, operated and controlled by a woman, and it puts Alpha Source in front of companies with diversity supplier programs. Alpha Source has been in business for over 25 years, and remains a privately-held company owned by Norine Weber-Carlson.
The Women’s Business Development Center—Chicago Certification Committee, a regional certifying partner of the WBENC, granted Alpha Source the national certification in April 2012. In order to qualify for the certification, a business must be least 51% owned, operated and controlled by a woman or women. The meticulous certification process also included an in-depth review of Alpha Source as a business and a site inspection.
Norine Carlson-Weber started Alpha Source in 1986 and remains the sole owner of the company, making the company 100% woman-owned. Alpha Source began as a specialty lamps distributor for the medical market. Today, Alpha Source distributes over 50,000 products to a variety of markets including healthcare and government.
“We are looking forward to the new opportunities our WBNEC certification will bring while we aim to add value and foster long-term relationships with companies looking to partner with woman-owned businesses,” said Norine Carlson-Weber, president and owner of Alpha Source.
The Women’s Business Enterprise National Council is the nation’s largest third-party certifier of businesses owned and operated by women in the U.S. WBNEC is a resource for the more than 700 U.S. companies and government agencies that rely on WBENC’s certifications as an integral part of their supplier diversity programs.
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Alpha Source, Inc. Receives Second Year Recognition on Five DiversityBusiness.com’s “Top Business” Lists
Milwaukee, Wisc. May 8, 2012—Alpha Source, Inc., a Wisconsin-based medical equipment parts distributor and battery-pack manufacturer, received recognition on five DiversityBusiness.com’s 2012 “Top Business” lists. DiversityBusiness.com, the nation’s leading multicultural business Website, ranked Alpha Source on two national lists and three Wisconsin lists. The annual “Top Business” lists recognize the most successful entrepreneur’s across the United States.
This is the second year Alpha Source has been recognized by DiversityBusiness.com on their annual “Top Business” lists. Companies making the lists are privately-owned businesses in the U.S. in sectors including technology, manufacturing, food service and professional services.
Nationally, Alpha Source ranked on two lists: 136th on the “Top 500 Women Owned Businesses” and 382nd on the “Top 500 Privately Held Businesses.” Companies in the Div500 represents the “nation’s top earner and challenge the long-held notion that privately-owned businesses are small or insignificant,” according to DiversityBusiness.com.
Locally in Wisconsin, Alpha Source ranked on three lists: 4th on the “Top 50 Women Owned in Wisconsin”, 13th on both the “Top 50 Diversity Owned in Wisconsin,” and “Top 100 Privately Held in Wisconsin.”
According to Norine Carlson-Weber, president of Alpha Source, “Alpha Source has come a long way since I started the company over 25 years ago. As Alpha Source continues to grow as a solutions provider for the variety of markets we serve, it’s great to be recognized nationally and locally as a privately held woman-owned company.”
Companies who made the lists were honored during DiversityBusiness.com’s 12th Annual Multicultural Business conference in April.
Alpha Source, Inc.’s Third Annual Earth Day Cleanup a Success
Milwaukee, Wisc. April 24, 2012—Alpha Source, Inc., a Wisconsin-based medical parts distributor and battery-pack manufacturer, had another successful Earth Day cleanup of Calumet Road and the area surrounding the Calumet Woods Business Park. The event, called Project Calumet, was held on Friday, April 20th, 2012 from 11am-2pm. Alpha Source employees and employees from the surrounding businesses participated in this year’s cleanup.
Alpha Source, Inc. to Hold Annual Calumet Road Cleanup in Honor of Earth Day
Milwaukee, Wisc. April 17, 2012—Alpha Source, Inc., a Wisconsin-based medical parts distributor and battery-pack manufacturer, will be hosting its third annual cleanup of Calumet Road and the area surrounding the Calumet Woods Business Park. The event, known as Project Calumet, will be held in honor of Earth Day on Friday, April 20th, 2012 from 11am-2pm. Project Calumet is a great opportunity for Alpha Source employees and employees from the surrounding companies to show how much they value the community in which they work in.
Alpha Source, Inc. Makes DOTmed’s List of 100 Top Rated Sellers
Milwaukee, Wisc. March 15, 2012—Alpha Source, Inc., a medical parts distributor and battery-pack manufacturer, makes DOTmed’s list of Top 100 rated sellers. DOTmed, a marketplace for medical equipment and parts, determines its Top 100 list from user ratings. Alpha Source made the 2012 Top 100 list by receiving a five-star rating—the highest rating available.
Over 1000 sellers were nominated, but the coveted designation is awarded to the top 100 sellers with the highest number of positive five-star ratings from 2011. The five-star rating system is an important peer-review evaluation and it is a recognized symbol of integrity, according to DOTmed.com.
The Top 100 is determined by user ratings on DOTmed.com from the previous year, using a combination of the quality of a seller’s five-star ratings and the total number of individual five-star ratings a seller receives. Users who have done business with Alpha Source in the past gave Alpha Source an “overall” rating of five-stars. Alpha Source also received five-star ratings in various other categories including, “Product Knowledge”, “Quality of Equipment” and “Easy to Deal With”. DOTmed.com has over 125,000 users from around the world.
According to Norine Carlson-Weber, president of Alpha Source, “To be a part of DOTmed’s Top 100 and to receive high ratings in so many different categories is a testament to the work our team has done. It means even more that it’s Alpha Source customers who are doing the rating, because we strive to provide the best products, service, and solutions for all our customers and this is confirmation that we are doing our job.”
Alpha Source along with other companies who have made the Top 100 list will be showcased in the March 2012 issue of DOTmed Business News. DOTmed is a marketplace where healthcare professionals, medical equipment manufacturers, brokers, and dealers buy and sell equipment, parts and services online.
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Alpha Source, Inc. Donates $500 to the Susan G. Komen for the Cure
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Alpha Source, Inc. Donates $500 to the Samaritan’s Purse
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Alpha Source has proudly dontated $1000.00 to the AAMI Scholarhship program this year.
Created in 2009, the Michael J. Miller Scholarship Program provides scholarships to students who are pursuing an education in medical technology management.
The program is named in honor of Michael J. Miller — a leader in the medical technology field who served as AAMI’s president for 40 years until his retirement in 2009.
Every year, the AAMI Foundation will award scholarships to students aspiring to become biomedical equipment technicians and clinical engineers. These scholarships expand access to students who have demonstrated academic excellence, technical aptitude, and commitment to the clinical engineering profession.