Journal Of Validation Technology Publishes Industry Case Study Outlining Efficiencies Enabled By Kneat Gx Software
HALIFAX, Feb. 22, 2017 /CNW/ – kneat.com, inc. (TSX-V: KSI) (“kneat.com”, “Kneat”, or the “Company”) today announced that the Journal of Validation Technology published the article ‘Case Study: Implementation of an Electronic Life Cycle Management System for Validation ….and Beyond’ which outlines the value of the Kneat Gx software. The case study concludes that Kneat’s software assisted a multi-national biotech company to create best practices across its global network, providing productivity gains in excess of 100% and cycle time improvements of more than 50% in validation, with the prospect of leveraging the technology across many other testing processes. In addition to creating efficiencies, the Kneat Gx platform provides management with improved visibility and reporting abilities throughout the validation process, thus providing real-time results and control that are not possible using a paper-based system. “This case study further supports the time saving, efficiency and scalability that is possible when the Kneat Gx software is deployed,” stated Eddie Ryan, Chief Executive Officer of Kneat. “We look forward to providing further benefits to our customers as Kneat Gx expands into other processes.”
Kneat develops and markets the leading edge Kneat Gx software platform. Kneat Gx is an e-validation tool which enables the life sciences industry to become fully electronic with their many validation and testing processes. A key feature of the tool is that it does not restrict the user to a specific process, rather the user can quickly configure their process in the system. Our customers are streamlining all validations (process, equipment, computer, cleaning and laboratory), commissioning and qualification, product changeovers, vendor and project turnover management and more. For more information, please visit www.kneat.com.
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