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Xybion Unveils Pristima™ VM, an Integrated Enterprise Software Solution for Vivarium and Veterinary Care Management
Date:11/9/2009

Product release is a research industry first, allowing veterinary research subjects, research facilities and research safety study data to be managed in one software application.

Cedar Knolls, NJ (PRWEB) November 9, 2009 -- Xybion Medical Systems announced today that it has unveiled Pristima™ VM, an integrated enterprise software solution for research facilities that track the use and care of veterinary research subjects. Pristima™ VM has been engineered to operate either stand alone or, more importantly, as an integrated solution with Xybion's core Pristima™ product that is in use in many of the world's premier pharmaceutical, contract research organization (CRO) and chemical research facilities that conduct product safety testing and research.

The integration of Pristima™ VM with the Pristima™ preclinical solution is a completely new way of thinking for vendors in this industry. This solution is filling a market void that the industry has been pressing vendors to address. Applications on the market today address only the animal management side of the business or the safety testing toxicology and pathology side of product research and development, leaving critical gaps in the flow of information for pharmaceutical, CRO or other research organizations. Xybion has now closed that gap and provided something that no other vendor has been able to, a conduit between the business, animal management and scientific aspects of research.

Pristima™ VM will be publicly debuted at the American Association for Laboratory Animal Science's National Meeting in Denver November 9-11, 2009 at Booth #506. To receive information about Pristima™ VM or Pristima™ visit http://www.xybion.com.

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