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Biopharmaceutical Service Providers Announce Collaborative Opening of Boston, MA Office
Date:8/21/2012

BOSTON, Aug. 21, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Sequence, Inc. and PCI, LLC, leaders in the fields of regulatory compliance and pharmaceutical calibration respectively, have announced the collaborative opening of a new office in the Innovation District of Boston, Massachusetts.

Establishing a Boston office provides Sequence and PCI an opportunity to extend service offerings to new and existing clients in the New England biotech and pharmaceutical sectors. "The coupling of validation and calibration services presents our clients with a streamlined approach to quality. It will reduce cost and expedite time to market for life-saving drugs benefiting our customers and patients alike.  We are proud to partner with PCI, a firm well known as the distinguished leader in calibration services," said Mike Putnam, President of Sequence, Inc.

"For some time now, a New England presence has been a key part of our expansion plans," said Andy Ferrell, President of PCI. "We believe our services will be of great value to this region's life science community. Partnering with a validation firm that has high moral standards and values similar to ours is very attractive. We look forward to partnering with Sequence, Inc. and see this as a great opportunity for our firms to offer comprehensive, highly valued service solutions."

About Sequence, Inc.

Sequence, Inc. is proud to be celebrating its ten-year anniversary of providing validation and regulatory compliance services to the life sciences industry. Our areas of expertise include validation of laboratory instruments, information systems, and manufacturing equipment/processes as well as quality remediation, system configuration, and project management. We take pride in developing partner-like relationships with our clients and view employees as our most valuable asset.

About PCI, LLC.

PCI specializes in delivering instrument and equipment solutions that will reduce costs and enhance opera
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