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MUSA Relocates Corporate HQ to Waltham, MA to Accommodate Continuing Growth
Date:9/19/2013

Waltham, MA (PRWEB) September 19, 2013

MUSA, a premier service provider specializing in GxP and non-GxP Laboratory and Scientific application support, as well as IT and GxP cloud services to companies in the Life Sciences industry, today announced that they have relocated their corporate headquarters to Waltham, Massachusetts.

“We are settling into our new corporate headquarters in Waltham, Massachusetts very nicely and are excited to start the next chapter in our company’s history,” explained Douglas Lantigua, Principal of MUSA. “The increased square footage nearly triples our usable space over MUSA’s previous home in Cambridge. With offerings such as our Laboratory Services Program and Validated Cloud, we are transitioning into one of the premier Regulated IT Service Providers and FDA-Compliant hosting companies for the Life Sciences industry and our new office better enables us to provide these services. With the increased space, we are well prepared to accommodate the necessary resources to advance our steady year-over-year growth which will enable us to continue offering our existing and new clients the superior service that our industry demands.”

David LeCompte, Director of Business Development, continued, “With the success of Validated Cloud and its expansion to San Jose, California – which is expected to go online during the fourth quarter of 2013 – we were in need of more office space to handle that growth. At the same time, we have noticed a trend among our core clients who seem to be moving out of the city and into the metro-Boston area. Moving into our new Waltham office keeps us close to those clients and centrally locates MUSA within the heart of the New England Life Sciences community.”

The new corporate headquarters for MUSA is located at 330 Bear Hill Road, Waltham, MA 02451. The telephone number for MUSA has not changed at 800-401-9123.

About MUSA Technology Partners, LLC:
MUSA is a rapidly growing consulting firm that excels in innovative solutions and support for firms in the Life Sciences industry. Their compliance, validation and technology engineers have years of experience working with firms ranging from enterprise-sized, multi-national companies to start-ups in the biotechnology, pharmaceutical and health care industries. MUSA’s focus on the Life Sciences industry differentiates them from other service providers because they understand the strategic and technical challenges inherent in regulatory compliance. MUSA’s service offerings include: Validated Cloud, Laboratory Services Program, Validation as a Service (VaaS™), Regulated IT, Project Management and more.

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