April 17, 2005
InfinityQS Inks Deal with Fortune 500 Pharmaceutical Manufacturer
Ability to Support FDA's 21 CFR Part 11 Regulatory Requirements Key Reason Why InfinityQS Chosen
Chantilly, VA - April 18, 2005 - InfinityQS® International, the premier provider of enterprise-wide quality control software solutions for manufacturers, today announced that the InfinityQS SPC (statistical process control) software suite has been selected by a Fortune 500 pharmaceutical manufacturer. An agreement was executed for the licensing of InfinityQS SPC software to be rendered in nine manufacturing plants across the country including Puerto Rico and Canada. The InfinityQS SPC Suite empowers manufacturers to monitor, control and improve the quality of their manufacturing operations across a site, an enterprise or an entire supply chain, continuing to provide significant returns on their initial investment.
The software will be used to monitor, maintain, and control the quality of pharmaceutical drugs manufactured by the company. Specifically, the InfinityQS SPC software will measure the weight, size, roundness, and hardness of pills so that consistency of product is delivered. The software will also be used to measure the uniformity of the medication dispersed from an inhaler spray as it relates to the distance, width, and amount released.
InfinityQS SPC software was chosen over other SPC packages because of its superior ability to support FDA's 21 CFR Part 11 regulatory requirements. With this software, manufacturers can enforce stricter quality control measures, minimize human error, and increase compliance with FDA's latest regulation.
"The need to comply with the FDA's 21 CFR Part 11 regulatory requirement is extremely crucial and cost beneficial to FDA regulated markets. We are pleased that this pharmaceutical Fortune 500 manufacturer chose InfinityQS over other SPC packages," said Michael A. Lyle, president of InfinityQS. "This recent win confirms that we understand the needs of this market and our technology offers the functionality to meet and exceed these regulations."