Vialis AG and Industrial Lab Automation Join Together
Article Aug 14, 2012
Vialis AG and Industrial Lab Automation are proud to announce to join forces to strengthen their European consulting offerings. Vialis, headquartered in Liestal Switzerland, is a European independent consulting company and system integrator that is specialized in optimizing lab data management processes in the chemical and pharmaceutical industry. “Driven by strong demand from northern European customers the strengthening of our presence in that area is just a logical consequence”, says Ulf Fuchslueger, CEO of Vialis, “additionally, supported by recent regulatory developments we see QbD complementing our Paperless Lab offering for the benefit of our customers”.
“Strong demands to help companies optimizing their processes to break their barriers across development and manufacturing resulted in teaming up with Vialis” says Peter Boogaard, Founder of Industrial Lab Automation, “Vialis’ Paperless Lab process methodology accelerates the overall process significantly”. Mr. Boogaard will be managing the northern part of Europe for Vialis and is based in the Netherlands.
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