QUMAS showcasing Compliance Platform at Annual DIA Conference<br />New SharePoint 2010 Solution will also be featured

JERSEY CITY, NJ – June 20, 2011 - QUMAS, a leading provider of software solutions to highly regulated companies, announced today that it will be featuring the QUMAS Compliance platform in booth 606 at the 47th Annual DIA Conference being held at the McCormick Center in Chicago on June 19-23, 2011.

The QUMAS Compliance Platform provides life sciences firms with a closed-loop compliance solution that combines all of the elements of a cohesive and comprehensive regulatory compliance program, on one platform. It delivers traditional capabilities around document and process management, but also presents these through a unified user interface, with just-in-time learning management, and consolidated reporting and dashboards, all driving regulatory compliance and ultimately delivering better business performance.

“Life sciences firms are realizing that managing regulatory compliance with a myriad of point solutions is highly inefficient and costly,” said Kevin O’Leary, CEO for QUMAS. “The QUMAS Compliance Platform is a scalable solution that offers a full set of best practice configurations to address all of the compliance requirements of an organization.”

QUMAS regulatory experts at DIA will also be on hand to demonstrate QUMAS ComplianceSP, an innovative document and quality management solution that combines the power of Microsoft SharePoint 2010 with the proven regulatory domain expertise of QUMAS. Many life sciences firms are planning to make SharePoint 2010 a key part of their technology infrastructure. QUMAS ComplianceSP allows these firms to leverage their investment in Microsoft technology with a scalable compliance management that is easy-to-use. QUMAS is a certified Microsoft Gold Partner.


QUMAS is the leader in Enterprise Compliance Solutions with more than 250 global customer deployments and nearly two decades of experience helping companies in highly regulated industries.

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