Top Manufacturers Come Aboard, Speak At Camstar 2009 "Virtual Customer Cruise;" Customer-exclusive Event Shares How Industry Leaders Advancing Product Quality

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Camstar Systems, Inc. today announced that it will host a virtual customer event for North America on September 17, 2009. The event will feature expert customer speakers from Cordis Corporation, Roche Diagnostics, and a leading manufacturer in solar thin film, among others. Topics include deploying manufacturing execution systems and quality management systems, as well as diversifying batch processes.

Executives report that Product Quality is a key strategic objective in driving significant top line growth as well as reducing operational costs and risk. We are very pleased to include Cordis, Roche and leading solar and high tech customers as part of the agenda, and believe that their knowledge and experience will make this an event to remember for all of our customers.

Camstar Systems, Inc. today announced that it will host a virtual customer event for North America on September 17, 2009. The event will feature expert customer speakers from Cordis Corporation, Roche Diagnostics, and a leading manufacturer in solar thin film, among others.

Presenters from these top manufacturers will share insight into:

  •     Expanding global Manufacturing Execution System deployments
  •     Diversifying into batch processes
  •     Opening new plants with all new technology
  •     Embracing the platform approach to product quality with the expansion of the Camstar platform to Quality Management.

The event will also provide attendees with a "sneak peek" into the upcoming version 4.5 of Camstar's Enterprise Platform for Advancing Product Quality. The new release will include new functionality across its manufacturing execution, quality management, and manufacturing intelligence products. The platform is the first in the industry to truly support Closed-Loop Quality, which is Camstar's model that unifies product and process design, planning, supply, manufacturing, and customer experience.

"The 2009 Virtual Customer Cruise is a great opportunity for our customers across a variety of industries, including Life Sciences, Solar and High Tech manufacturing, to hear first-hand how their peers are using the Camstar platform to advance product quality," said Scott Toney, Camstar's President and CEO. "Executives report that Product Quality is a key strategic objective in driving significant top line growth as well as reducing operational costs and risk. We are very pleased to include Cordis, Roche and leading solar and high tech customers as part of the agenda, and believe that their knowledge and experience will make this an event to remember for all of our customers."

Registration for the 2009 Camstar Virtual Customer Cruise is open to current Camstar customers at no fee. For more information about the event, please visit http://www.camstarcruise.com.

About Camstar Systems, Inc.
Camstar - http://www.camstar.com - is a leading innovator of manufacturing software solutions that advance product quality, enabling its customers to deliver the highest quality products on time, the first time, every time. The Camstar Enterprise Platform advances product quality throughout the product lifecycle, from design to planning to supply to manufacturing to customer product experience - all in a closed-loop learning process that allows future products to be designed better and manufacturing processes to be leaner and more efficient.

Camstar is the largest in its market, including enterprise solutions for manufacturing execution systems, process planning, quality management, and manufacturing intelligence.    For over 25 years, Camstar has served hundreds of satisfied customers worldwide, including Johnson & Johnson, Boston Scientific, Kodak, Carl Zeiss, Life Technologies, Beijing SE Potevio Mobile Communications, ZOLL, CIBA Vision, AMD, BIOTRONIK, Hitachi, IBM and Eagle Test. For more information, please visit http://www.camstar.com.

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