Mérieux NutriSciences Partners With EnviroMap® Software Solution
EnviroMap® is a cloud based software system for environmental monitoring in food production areas, including the automated generation of sampling schedules, random selection of sampling sites and barcode printing for sample labeling. Mérieux NutriSciences Corporation has agreed to partner with Management Solutions of Virginia by purchasing a majority share in Management Solutions of Virginia’s subsidiary, EMAP Holding LLC, a company providing a comprehensive and secure software solution for environmental monitoring called EnviroMap®.
EnviroMap® is revolutionizing the way food plant microbiological environmental monitoring programs are being managed, according to Jim Miller, President of Mérieux NutriSciences North America. “Food companies are utilizing EnviroMap’s state-of-the-art technology to meet their own internal standards and comply with increasing federal standards for preventive controls stemming from the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA).” Miller noted that EnviroMap® will be a critical component in a suite of Mérieux NutriSciences’ environmental monitoring program services, including its public and custom education courses, in-plant consulting, testing, etc.
EnviroMap® is fully integrated with Mérieux NutriSciences’ laboratory network so environmental results are seamlessly and automatically updated in the software. It can also interface with other external data sources such as customers’ internal LIMS (lab information management systems). All data is securely stored on an encrypted private cloud server, which is continuously monitored.
Tags: Environmental Monitoring, Hygiene Monitoring
Date Published: November 2, 2015
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