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RoviSys Partners with POMS MES to Expand Life Sciences Capabilities
Date:3/22/2013

AURORA, Ohio, March 22, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- The RoviSys Company, a major life sciences and manufacturing automation integrator who works with a large number of pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies worldwide, is expanding its solutions range by forming a strategic relationship to provide POMS Manufacturing Execution System (MES) to clients.

POMS is a pioneer and industry leader in web based paperless MES solutions for life sciences, fine chemicals, consumer packaged goods and other regulated industries. RoviSys is a leading independent provider of control automation and manufacturing enterprise software integration services with 275 employees.

"Clients have been looking to us for a scalable and off-the-shelf MES solution to meet their functional requirements and budget constraints," said Joe Maukonen , director of MES services for RoviSys. "POMS' technology enables us to streamline the essential MES functionality our clients demand."  

RoviSys' comprehensive life science services include design and documentation, implementation, validation and integration of validated controls and related execution and manufacturing information systems. The company was founded in 1989 and has offices in Ohio, New England, North Carolina and Singapore.

Tom Farenholtz , general manager of POMS, said, "This relationship combines for companies our mature, stable and state-of-the-art MES product with the deep industry implementation expertise and value added services of RoviSys, a recognized leader in MES delivery and regulated markets."

Maukonen added that for RoviSys and its clients, "Having POMS as a strategic partner makes perfect sense."  

POMS provides web based production management control system, consulting and project management services to
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