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Medical Device Software and Systems Quality Assurance Testing Services Experience Rapid Growth

Rochester, NY (November 22, 2010) Successful regulatory compliance for medical device software systems often hinges on the timeliness and completeness of Independent Verification and Validation (IV&V).

Vanteon has provided IV&V services over the past six years through a client-defined validation process using automated testing environments and documentation of test results. Based on the on-going demands for medical devices that have software dependencies, IV&V services is a growing segment within the larger business of electronic systems design and engineering services at Vanteon.

Software and system validation helps to improve the usability and reliability of a given medical device, resulting in lower failure rates, fewer recalls and corrective actions, and reduced liability to device manufacturers. It can also help reduce device life-cycle costs by making it easier to modify code and re-validate the changed software.

For more information about IV&V services from Vanteon contact Brian Herrera at

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