Breakthrough Pricing Announced on Document Management Software for Medical Device Manufacturers

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DocLineUp has announced an industry-first price break on its enterprise-level Document Management System that allows medical device manufacturers to store, manage and track their quality and compliance documentation with an unrivaled ROI.

The system is available immediately and at less than $10,000--compared to typical market-wide pricing of $50,000-- represents a major industry price shift

DocLineUp, a leading provider of enterprise-level Document Management software, has announced the new release and breakthrough pricing on the DocLineUp Document Management System for Medical Device Manufacturers. The system is available immediately and at less than $10,000--compared to typical market-wide pricing of $50,000--represents a major industry price shift that will allow companies of all sizes to benefit from automated document management.

Document management is vital for medical device companies to improve the quality of processes, distribution systems and their final products. Additionally regulatory compliance, required by governing bodies such as the FDA, demands stringent record keeping, documentation and evidence of all phases of product development, manufacturing and corrective/preventive action. Many companies continue to employ manual systems to address this daunting task, largely due to industry-wide pricing which until now has required initial investments upwards of $50,000. Ongoing maintenance and transactions fees represent an additional barrier.

Industry-First Pricing
The enterprise-level DocLineUp Document Management System for Medical Device Manufacturers, is a full-featured solution that allows medical device quality assurance departments and managers to store, manage and track all documents required to achieve regulatory compliance, improve speed to market and maintain ongoing quality. All data is gathered and transferred electronically eliminating dependence on paper and decreasing administration expenses.

“The system helps companies better meet rigorous regulatory compliance requirements and virtually eliminates document-related deficiencies,” said DocLineUp Vice President of Marketing Dave Rector. “It also can reduce document management–related workloads by 90% - all at an unrivaled ROI.”

This industry-first pricing is even more dramatic in that DocLineUp customers are not required to pay multiple-user licensing or incremental transaction fees.

“A document management system saves time and increases efficiency translating into both savings and improved revenue opportunities,” Rector noted. “Now all companies can benefit from not only an automated system, but what we feel is the most feature-rich system available.”

“The system for Medical Device Manufacturers is consistent with our mission to develop cutting-edge document management software for a multitude of diverse industries - at a substantially reduced price,” said Rector.

Call toll-free 1-855-290-0001 or visit http://www.doclineup.com to schedule a no-obligation on line meeting.

About DocLineUp
DocLineUp provides enterprise-level Document Management software which collects, manages, locates, dispenses, shares and archives important data efficiently and comprehensively. In today's "data overload" business climate, companies must have a system to reign in the massive amounts of accumulated information. With DocLineUp, all data is gathered and transferred electronically eliminating dependence on paper and decreasing administration expenses.

DocLineUp is designed without expensive time-consuming hardware installations and priced to be affordable for organizations of all size. Split second keyword search and automatic full-text indexing functions provide staff easy to learn, round the clock access from any location to locate vital documents quickly.

Company Contact:
Call: 1-855-290-0001
E-Mail: Sales(at)doclineup(dot)com
Visit: http://www.DocLineUp.com

Media Contact:
Dave Rector 201-406-9471
E-Mail: daver(at)mrcmedical(dot)net

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