Global Healthcare Manufacturer and Distributor Selects Kneat for Digital Validation
With over 30,000 employees, the company serves healthcare facilities in over 100 countries from dozens of distribution centers and over a dozen manufacturing sites.
"The functionality and maturity of the Kneat Gx platform, our strong customer references, and our knowledgeable team all contributed to the win we are announcing today," stated
Kneat, a Canadian company with operational headquarters in Limerick,
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