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Global Therapeutics Manufacturer Selects TrackWise(R) to Reduce the Cost of Compliance
Date:4/7/2009

Chiesi Farmaceutici Chooses Sparta Systems' Solution to Ensure Meticulous Audit Control Management

HOLMDEL, N.J., April 7 /PRNewswire/ -- Sparta Systems, Inc., the maker of TrackWise(R) software, and the market leader in enterprise quality and compliance management, today announced that Chiesi Farmaceutici SPA, a pharmaceutical company dedicated to the research, development and commercialization of ethical therapeutic products, has selected its TrackWise Enterprise Quality Management System (EQMS) to reduce the cost of compliance and streamline organizational quality practices. Chiesi will leverage the TrackWise software specifically to manage quality processes including audits, non-conformance, corrective and preventative actions and workflow verification.

Stringent regulations guide every aspect of the development and production processes for pharmaceutical manufacturers, requiring companies to implement rigorous procedures for documentation and auditing. With the global economic downturn already limiting organizational resources, companies are recognizing the need to streamline processes and reduce the cost of compliance while maintaining high quality standards.

Like many life sciences companies, Chiesi previously relied on a paper-based model for tracking all corporate quality assurance (QA) processes. In order to more efficiently manage these crucial procedures, Chiesi sought an automated system that would reduce the time spent validating processes and identifying irregularities. By selecting Sparta Systems' TrackWise software to manage audit workflow, Chiesi now expects to reduce cycle times and normalize data between departments, improving visibility by making reporting simpler and more accurate.

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