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MODA Announces Availability of Third Generation Mobile Data Acquisition Platform
Date:12/14/2009

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  • Enhanced Reporting, Trending & Analysis: Technicians can now spot adverse trends faster so that corrective and preventive actions can be taken sooner to better meet internal and external audit requirements.
  • "Following several successful deployments of our new platform in 2009," said Michael Goetter, Vice President of Product Strategy at MODA, "we are pleased to see the life sciences industry continuing its efforts to adopt the critical automation concepts promoted by organizations like the Parenteral Drug Association. We believe that MODA-EM(TM) and other solutions that embrace these concepts can play a significant role in improving the market for years to come."

    About MODA

    More science. Less paper. MODA Technology Partners (www.modatp.com) provides a mobile data acquisition platform that enables quality assurance and quality control organizations in the Life Sciences industry to automate their regulated manufacturing processes, including environmental monitoring (EM), utility testing, and product testing. MODA's flagship software, MODA-EM(TM), is a paperless QC Micro solution that leverages mobile computing technology and advanced visualization tools for increased operational efficiency, improved quality, and reduced costs. MODA enables companies to advance their Green Initiatives by reducing and eventually eliminating the need for paper-based, labor-intensive EM programs. MODA is headquartered in Wayne, Pennsylvania with authorized resellers and technology integration partners throughout North America and Europe.

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