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SOURCE Sequence Inc.

ST. LOUIS, Aug. 19, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Sequence, Inc., an industry leader in the field of quality and compliance solutions for pharmaceutical, biotech and medical device manufacturers is opening a third office location in the "Gateway to the West," St. Louis, as a result of demand by clients to provide cost effective solutions to industry.  The new location, which opened this month, allows Sequence to better serve new and existing customers in the Midwest.

Sequence Quality and Compliance Services

Establishing a St. Louis office provides Sequence a hub to support customers in St. Louis, Kansas City, Indianapolis, Chicago and the entire Midwest corridor, as well as to provide opportunities to reach other regulated industries.  "This is an important move for Sequence as it ensures we continue to provide local support to clients and strategic business partners.  It also allows Sequence to expand our footprint into other regulated industries throughout the Midwest," said Mike Putnam, President and CEO of Sequence, Inc.

Sequence relocated key members from their North Carolina headquarters to launch the St. Louis office, and currently has initiatives to recruit top local talent in all areas of life sciences quality and compliance consulting.  "For some time now, a Midwest presence has been a crucial component of our expansion goals," said Daniel Santarsiero, Director of Business Development.  "We look forward to the opportunity to partner with clients and form long-term relationships that result in life-saving drugs and devices being delivered to patients worldwide."

About Sequence, Inc.

Sequence is a full-service consulting firm specializing in providing unparalleled quality and compliance services to regulated industries.  Since 2002, Sequence has transformed itself from a small group of validation consultants to a global service provider with expertise in quality and compliance initiatives for new facilities, site expansions, technology transfers, process optimization, automation, laboratories, computer systems and much more.  Sequence supports many of the world's leading manufacturers of pharmaceutical, biotech, medical device, tobacco and others, from their Boston and now St Louis offices, as well as their new Sequence Compliance Center located in the RTP area of North Carolina.  This Compliance Center further expands Sequence's abilities by offering six additional service areas, including Remote System Support and Monitoring, Validation, Industrial Training, Calibration, Laboratory Testing and Controlled Storage.  Sequence's philosophy of establishing ongoing relationships while providing cost-effective and practical compliance solutions has proven to be a recipe for success for both Sequence and its clients.

For further information, visit www.sequenceqcs.com or email info@sequenceqcs.com

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