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After more than 500 data migrations for over 100 companies, Valiance Partners celebrates its 15-year anniversary this June.

Paris, France and Basking Ridge, New Jersey,  March 15, 2018 – AgiLab (, a leading provider of innovative Digital Laboratory software for Science, and Valiance (, a specialist provider of GxP compliant, high-risk data and content migrations, have today announced the launch of a new service to help businesses migrate directly from their legacy LIMS […]

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Join Valiance Partners from June 12-14 the latest in migration capabilities.

Join us at Veeva Global R&D Summit in Philadelphia, PA, from October 2-4.

See what 3 things can impact your archiving project cost and schedule.

Migration to Modern Enterprise Content Management

Basking Ridge, NJ – October 10, 2016 Generis Knowledge Management Inc. today announced that Valiance, the leading vendor for GxP data and content migrations , has become a Generis Partner in order to provide migration services and software for customers moving to Generis’ CARA product, the market-leading user interface software for Documentum.   “Our partnership […]

Basking Ridge, NJ April 19, 2016 – Valiance Partners, Inc., announces expansion of its data migration software and services for cloud-based platforms.

Basking Ridge, NJ March 23, 2016 – Valiance partners’ data and content migration available to extend bioclinica capabilities

Basking Ridge, NJ December 1, 2015 – Valiance Partners Europe, Ltd., created in response to its clients’ worldwide growth and global scale projects.


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