Wayne, PA (PRWEB) February 2, 2010
MODA Technology Partners, a global software company that automates environmental monitoring (EM), utility and product testing for the Pharmaceutical industry, today announced four new members to its product advisory board focused on improving the company's paperless quality control microbiology (QC Micro) solution. The new members include:
- Paul Holman, Director of Quality Systems Business Technology at Pfizer Global Manufacturing.
- Dominick Villani, Manager of QC Microbiology at Amylin.
- Frank Bernard, Associate Director of User Services and Automation at XOMA.
- Ulrich Eikmanns, Ph.D., Head of Product Management at heipha GmbH.
Current members include: James Agalloco, President at Agalloco & Associates; Scott Sutton, Ph.D., President of The Microbiology Network, Inc. and columnist at the Journal of Validation Technology and the Journal of GXP; Kimberly McFarland, Associate Director of QC Microbiology at Bristol-Myers Squibb; Robert Lutskus, Analyst of QC Microbiology at ImClone Systems, a subsidiary of Eli Lilly; David Hurt, Product Manager at LabVantage Solutions, Inc.; and Mike Goetter, Vice President of Product Strategy at MODA Technology Partners.
More science. Less paper. MODA Technology Partners (http://www.modatp.com) provides a mobile data acquisition platform that enables quality assurance and quality control organizations in the Life Sciences industry to automate their regulated manufacturing processes, including environmental monitoring (EM), utility testing, and product testing. MODA's flagship software, MODA-EM™, is a paperless QC Micro solution that leverages mobile computing technology and advanced visualization tools for increased operational efficiency, improved quality, and reduced costs. MODA enables companies to advance their Green Initiatives by reducing and eventually eliminating the need for paper-based, labor-intensive EM programs. MODA is headquartered in Wayne, Pennsylvania with authorized resellers and technology integration partners throughout North America and Europe.