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Smart Consulting Group and The Catalyst Group Form Alliance to Supply Quality Compliance Consulting Services For the Pharmaceutical Industry
Date:6/14/2013

West Chester, PA (PRWEB) June 14, 2013

Smart Consulting Group and The Catalyst Group have formed an alliance to provide consultation and staff augmentation services that helps the pharmaceutical industry maintain the highest standards in quality compliance. The Smart Consulting Group / Catalyst Group alliance is now helping even the largest companies to maintain good manufacturing practices and superior quality standards in less time.

More than ever, marinating an FDA compliant manufacturing process is essential for all pharmaceutical companies that want to avoid costly disruptions in production and heavy fines.

Dr. Nigel Smart, from Smart Consulting Group, says "The alliance between our two companies is seen as complementary in that it allows us to pool our expertise and knowledge so our clients can benefit from the best in lean biomanufacturing practices and stay government compliant amidst ever increasing regulations."

Dr. Smart goes on to say "FDA inspections can be stress-free when your consultant knows exactly where the problem areas are that need to be addressed, and what the FDA hot buttons are for those areas."

Smart Consultants use their expertise to represent clients at the FDA and initiate inquiries on your most delicate compliance issues ahead of time. This process helps to reduce exposure by addressing potentially delicate problems and making necessary operational changes before an actual FDA inspection.

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