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Global Vision Helps First Priority Reduce Costs in Tough Times
Date:10/14/2009

MONTREAL, Oct. 14 /PRNewswire/ -- During tough economic times, First Priority, manufacturer of generic veterinary pharmaceutical products, implemented Global Vision's automated inspection solutions in an effort to reduce costs without compromising efficiencies and quality of their products.

First Priority's previous method of inspection had been to manually proofread all labels, inserts and secondary packaging. Along with manual inspection came heavy labor and time costs as well as other concerns such as difficulty in determining proper font sizes, transposition of characters, foreign language spelling errors and inspector fatigue.

First Priority needed a solution that would allow them to reduce costs, increase the level of quality for their products and give peace of mind. Global Vision's artwork and text comparator solutions were able to deliver on all these aspects. "The Global Vision systems really started showing their worth right from the start," says Bruce Heath of First Priority. "Within the first day of operations, the Global Vision system caught an error. It identified a misspelled word that might have been missed by our manual inspection process."

Accuracy was not the only major benefit that First Priority received. They were also able to reduce the time that was spent on the inspection process as a whole by 86%. The reduction in time translated into increased savings and the ability to redistribute the unused resources to other places where it was needed most.

First Priority is now also considering future uses for Global Vision's inspection systems. "We are really happy we decided to change the way we do things," says Heath. "It has really helped us to trim resources to make sure that we were prepared for these tough times."

About Global Vision

Global Vision provides automated proofreading solutions that enable organizations to achieve unprecedented content integrity for label inspection. Companies from around the world rely on Global Vision to help them reduce the risk of textual or artwork errors from occurring throughout their workflow. Headquartered in Montreal, Canada, Global Vision has worldwide representation.

Global Vision led the migration from manual proofreading to automation - gaining an unmatched reputation for vision and technology along the way. For over a decade, Global Vision has helped clients increase inspection accuracy, speed, productivity, and process efficiencies. More information is available at www.globalvisioninc.com.

SOURCE Global Vision, Inc.


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