TMF Institute, and organization specializing in professional development, education and training, is coming to San Francisco on May 14-15 to host in-person learning opportunities for professionals in the pharmaceutical, biotech and medical device industries. CROs, vendors and eTMF/TMF service providers can also benefit from many of the available courses. On May 14, from 9:00am – […]
Connect with Valiance Partners and the Sparta community at Sparta Connection 2019 in La Jolla, California, from May 20 – May 22. This year’s theme of Making Digital Quality a Reality is an extremely vital topic for attendees, especially those in the quality, regulatory, compliance, IT, operations and validation professions. Different track sessions, panels, workshops […]
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Valiance Partners acquired by a global provider of IT services to the life sciences industry Basking Ridge, NJ – October 9, 2018: Valiance Partners, LLC (Valiance Partners), announced it is being acquired by NNIT A/S. The acquisition will boost NNIT’s growth and strengthen its position as a leading IT services provider for the global life […]
Basking Ridge, New Jersey, September 16th, 2018 – Valiance (www.valiancepartners.com), a specialist provider of GxP compliant, high-risk data and content migrations, has today announced the launch of a Drug Safety solution to help businesses migrate directly from their legacy Drug Safety systems to the Veeva Vault Safety platform. The new migration solution leverages Valiance’s migration […]
Valiance has been featured in the September issue of New Jersey Business, a publication of the New Jersey Business & Industry Association (NJBIA).
Valiance Partners is proud to announce its placement on the 2018 Inc. 5000 ranking of the fastest-growing private companies in America. This is the second time Valiance has been named.
Valiance is a proud Platinum Sponsor of this year’s Veeva R&D Summit in Philadelphia, PA, from September 16-18. This year, Veeva is expecting more than 1400 life sciences leaders and experts to attend, share best practices and see what’s coming next in the industry.
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 (www.agilab.com), a leading provider of innovative Digital Laboratory software for Science, and Valiance (www.valiancepartners.com), 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 us at Veeva Global R&D Summit in Philadelphia, PA, from October 2-4.
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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.
Migrations are a complex undertaking and traditional testing approaches often fall short of today’s business and compliance requirements. The ensuing risk can easily result in costly errors. The question is: How sound are your current testing and sampling approaches?