The Microlight Corporation
Medical Laser Devices
Microlight’s quality control has to be taken to a higher standard than many American manufacturers. Says Barbour, I feel confident in ITI’s efforts to keep quality at the highest levels and to keep us compliant with the strict regulations that govern my product.
Manufacturing Medical Laser Devices That Treat Soft Tissue Pain
When the Microlight Corporation began doing business with ITI back in 2002, they did so in an effort to stay competitive. At the same time, they endeavored to keep their laser device affordable for medical distributors and practitioners. The partnership let Mike Barbour, Microlight’s founder ,and president, focus on marketing, while ITI concentrated on manufacturing and quality control details.
The strategy flourished, and today, Barbour considers ITI to be an essential, as well as strategic, business partner. In fact, Microlight Corporation recently celebrated its 15-year milestone of working with ITI by signing a new contract that extends our partnership for another five years.
Working with ITI Manufacturing Made the Difference
Barbour especially touts ITI’s attention to detail regarding product inspection and quality control. As a medical product and device manufacturer subject to unannounced U.S. Food and Drug Administration inspections and stringent regulations, Microlight’s quality control has to be taken to a higher standard than many American manufacturers. Says Barbour, “I feel confident in ITI’s efforts to keep quality at the highest levels and to keep us compliant with the strict regulations that govern my product.”
With ITI’s help, Microlight’s future is bright. New applications for the laser have led the company to extend uses of the science from carpal tunnel and back pain to cancer pain management and stem cell therapies. Microlight Corp is also proud to say the finished product was used by the gold medal-winning 2012 U.S. women’s gymnastics team!