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USDM Enriches Leading Edge Industry Presence via Attending the ISPE Life Sciences Technology Show at the Raleigh Convention Center; USDM Remains Committed to Enhancing Client Relationships and Strengthening Practice Offerings Through Innovation

March 26, 2013 - Santa Barbara, CA

USDM, a leading global regulatory consulting firm in the life sciences space, is proud to attend the ISPE 20th Annual ISPE-CASA Life Sciences Technology Show on March 26, 2013.

Highlights of this year's program include presentations from industry experts presenting in key areas of professional development and seminars pertaining to the most current industry issues and case studies.

"As a recognized thought leader in Life Science Space, USDM is committed to staying on the forefront with our offerings for compliance and technology across the various USDM Practices," said Diane Gleinser, vice president of USDM's Laboratory Practice. Ms. Gleinser continued, "USDM's best-practice regulatory compliance and risk management solutions support the latest technology offerings, enabling life sciences companies to quickly and effectively embrace the best technology and systems in regulated areas of their business. Our focus remains on excellence in compliance, efficiency, cost effective client delight."

About USDM:
USDM is a leading global regulatory consulting firm providing compliance, business intelligence, validation, qualification, quality, auditing, and IT services to our clients in the life sciences industries. USDM has partnerships, expertise and solutions for critical Life Science technologies -- Oracle, SAP, ServiceMax, Salesforce, Microsoft, Qumas, and others. USDM has more than 12 years of experience supplying our clients with compliant solutions in each phase of their drug and product development cycle, partnering with best of breed ISVs to help companies unify and optimize their business and compliance processes. USDM provides a comprehensive enterprise solution to support US, EMEA, and Asian regulatory requirements for regulated applications.

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