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Pilgrim Quality Solutions Awarded Frost & Sullivan’s 2017 Pharmaceutical Product Leadership Award

Pilgrim Quality Solutions, a leading global provider of enterprise quality management software and services for the Life Sciences, today announced it has been named the recipient of Frost & Sullivan’s 2017 North American Enterprise Quality Management Solution for Pharmaceutical Product Leadership Award. Pilgrim will be recognized with this award at Frost & Sullivan’s 2017 Excellence in Best Practices Awards Gala on July 19, 2017, in Nashville, Tenn.

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As part of Frost & Sullivan's annual Excellence in Best Practices Awards, a series of independent, research-backed accolades, the Product Leadership Award recognizes the company that consistently provides the highest standards of product or service quality or innovation to manufacturers. Pilgrim was selected for its unique ability to address the needs of customers in the pharmaceutical industry through SmartSolve®, its best-in-class, integrated quality management solution (QMS), and built to address the capabilities and complexities in the pharmaceutical and life sciences industries.

“SmartSolve has helped pharmaceutical companies identify the root cause of impacts related to product quality, manufacturing issues, procedural lapses, and data integrity, to name a few, resulting in safe, high-quality products and services,” said Sankara Narayanan, Senior Analyst with Frost & Sullivan. “Through the capabilities of SmartSolve, companies have realized marked improvement in compliance with global industry and regulatory quality standards; reduced corporate, product, and process risks; and, improved operating efficiencies and profitability.”

In selecting Pilgrim as the leader in enterprise quality management solutions for the Pharmaceutical industry, Frost & Sullivan noted that Pilgrim’s competitive edge is in addressing regulatory and compliance requirements that are both global and complex. According to Sankara, SmartSolve is a deep, scalable, and complete solution capable of meeting industry and country-specific requirements, making it an extremely compelling product to life sciences firms worldwide.

Additionally, Pilgrim is distinctive from its competition because its resources are powered by more than two decades of regulatory and quality expertise dedicated primarily to the life sciences, including the pharmaceutical, biologics, medical device, and blood and tissue segments.

“All of us at Pilgrim are honored to receive this recognition from Frost & Sullivan,” said Rick Lowrey, Chief Executive Officer. “It underscores our achievements in not only building and providing a product that addresses the pharmaceutical industry’s quality and compliance demands, but also our years of domain expertise, and our culture of product-focused service and support that differentiates us from others in the software industry. It validates who Pilgrim is, not just what we make.”

Pilgrim has been the recipient of Frost & Sullivan’s prestigious awards five times. In 2007 and 2008, Pilgrim was named by Frost & Sullivan as North American Enterprise Compliance and Quality Management Company of the Year within the Life Sciences industry. In addition, Pilgrim received Frost & Sullivan’s 2010 and 2016 Best-in-Class Customer Value Awards, acknowledging Pilgrim’s demonstration of unparalleled excellence within its industry in terms of business development, competitive strategy, and customer satisfaction.

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About Pilgrim Quality Solutions

Pilgrim Quality Solutions is the leader in quality compliance management software and services for Life Sciences. For more than 20 years, our solutions have automated thousands of processes across global company sites to manage the quality and compliance of life’s most important products. Our cloud-based and on-premise solutions include in-the-box best practice workflows, document and process management, dashboards, electronic signatures, audit trails, and automated validation—helping companies more easily achieve quality system compliance and pass regulatory audits. Pilgrim Quality Solutions is majority owned by Boston-based private equity firm, Riverside Partners LLC. With Pilgrim Quality Solutions as your partner, you are prepared to succeed. For more information, visit www.pilgrimquality.com.

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