Animal Health Company Selects Automated Proofreading Solutions for Brand Packaging Workflow

This implementation will provide end-to-end inspection.

July 1, 2013
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Global Vision announced that it has been selected by Zoetis Animal Health, for worldwide deployment of its automated proofreading solutions, extending the company’s partnership with the former animal health business unit of Pfizer Inc.

Zoetis Animal Health selected Global Vision’s technologies for checking text, artwork, print and barcodes. This implementation will reportedly provide end-to-end inspection, enabling Zoetis Animal Health to secure their entire brand packaging workflow: 

• Docu-Proof - text verification and comparison for Regulatory Affairs
• Digital-Page - artwork and proof revision comparator
• ScanTVS - print inspection system
• BarProof - barcode decoder & verification

“All of our automated proofreading solutions are designed with one vision in mind, and that is to reduce risk to brand packaging,” explains Reuben Malz, president of Global Vision. “As we service Zoetis Animal Health or any one of the largest pharmaceutical companies in the world we are always striving to maintain this vision.”

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