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Werum IT, EIS in PAS-X Service Partnership

February 10, 2017

EIS to support on-site implementation of Werum's PAS-X MES in Europe and U.S.

Werum IT Solutions has signed a partnership contract with Enhanced Information Solutions (EIS), expanding its international PAS-X Service Partner network. EIS will support Werum customers in Europe and the U.S. with on-site implementation of Werum's PAS-X MES.

EIS, headquartered in the U.S., is a system integrator and provider of software for the optimization of production in the life sciences industry. The company will offer local support to Werum customers in all MES implementation phases.
"With Enhanced Information Solutions, we are very pleased to gain another 'PAS-X Endorsed Service Partner' for our customers in Europe and in the US," said Torsten Isenberg, senior director of services at Werum IT Solutions. "EIS has an excellent reputation in the life science industry and will provide our pharma and biotech customers with high quality services and support as certified Service Partner."
Susanne Peuker, managing director, Enhanced Information Solutions Germany, said, "Customers implementing Werum's MES will benefit from EIS’s long-term and deep MES experience combined with excellent PAS-X knowledge in the US and in our growing European organization. This partnership supports our strategy to provide high quality services by trained personnel and strengthens our stand as a comprehensive service provider for all leading MES systems in the design, implementation, qualification and post go-live support phases."

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