Leading Contract Laboratory Services Company selects Kneat for its Validation Life Cycle Management
HALIFAX, February 26, 2018/CNW/ – kneat.com, inc. (TSX-V: KSI) (“kneat.com”, “Kneat”, or the “Company”) is pleased to announce that a leader in laboratory services to the life sciences industry has selected the Kneat platform to streamline and automate its equipment and instrumentation validation processes. The customer’s goal is to convert to an end-to-end paperless process that enhances compliance, increases productivity and enables greater transparency and control. The initial deployment will be at one of its flagship laboratories in the United States which has more than 1,000 employees focused on biopharmaceutical laboratory services. Once the system is configured it can be scaled to multiple global sites and GxP testing processes.
“We look forward to working closely with this global leader to digitally transform their critical validation lifecycle management processes and to deliver on their business goals of greater productivity and right-first-time compliance.” said Eddie Ryan, CEO of Kneat.
Kneat continues to expand its customer pipeline and will report on further developments as they occur.
Kneat, develops and markets the next generation Kneat Gx software platform. Multiple business processes can be configured on the platform from equipment to computer system validation, through to production record execution and quality document management. Kneat Gx allows users to author, review, approve, execute testing online, manage any exceptions and post approve final deliverables in a controlled FDA 21 CFR Part 11/ Eudralex Annex 11 compliant platform. Macro and micro report dashboards enable powerful oversight into all systems, projects and processes world wide. Customer case studies are reporting productivity improvements in excess of 100% and a higher compliance standard. For more information visit www.kneat.com.
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