Vialis signs Moda for eco-software

Vialis has signed up Moda Technology Partners to provide its customers with the Moda's environmental monitoring (EM) software to increase productivity and save money.

Moda-EM can improve the efficiency of quality control and microbiology operations and also provides a regulatory compliant platform for the paperless collection, management and reporting of environmental monitoring information.

Vialis is an authorised reseller of the Moda product suite and already has expertise in system integration, instrument interfacing, process automation and regulatory affairs, which should help clients to move Moda-EM systems into production quickly.

The Moda software should increase productivity and bring down costs as a result of its paperless EM program.

Ulf Fuchslueger, CEO of Vialis, said: ‘Moda's paperless Environmental Monitoring solution fits perfectly with Vialis’ strategy to expand its leading role as a provider of paperless lab solutions.

He added Moda-EM ‘will provide a tremendous value for our clients and help them become even more efficient.’

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