September 15, 2010 04:00 ET
QUMAS and KLever Announce Partnership
CORK, IRELAND--(Marketwire - September 15, 2010) - QUMAS, the leading provider of Compliance Solutions to highly regulated companies, and KLever, a leading life sciences consulting firm based in Italy, today announced a strategic partnership.
KLever specializes in managing projects that involve the installation of Electronic Document Management (EDMS) solutions and Quality Management solutions for life sciences firms.
Under the terms of the partnership agreement KLever is authorized to sell, service, and support QUMAS compliance solutions in Italy.
"KLever has a thorough understanding of the regulations that affect life sciences firms," said Kevin O'Leary, CEO at QUMAS. "They have deep expertise when it comes to helping companies install and validate solutions that help firms maintain a continuous state of compliance."
"Our clients are facing a number of complex compliance challenges, so we needed to partner with a company that offered a flexible and configurable solution," said Daniele Citterio, CEO at KLever. "QUMAS is the ideal company for us to partner with. They have an outstanding reputation in the life sciences industry. The QUMAS Enterprise Compliance Solution can be tailored to a firm's unique requirements while the QUMAS Packaged Solutions provide our clients with best practice solutions that are easy and fast to deploy."
QUMAS is the leader in Enterprise Compliance Solutions with more than 250 global customer deployments and over 15 years of experience helping companies in highly regulated industries. For more information visit www.qumas.com.
KLever is the only Italian IT company with the experiences and competencies to implement Document Management Systems and eSubmission/eCTD solutions in a critical environment. The team of professionals in the KLever Life Science Practice understands the challenges facing Life Sciences firms today and has experience providing a wide range of technology solutions.
For more information visit www.k-lever.it.
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