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Novare Surgical Systems, Inc. Selects Arena PLM to Aid in Delivery of the World's First Full-Range-of-Motion Handheld Surgical Instruments


3/26/2008 9:41:59 AM

FOSTER CITY, CA--(Marketwire - March 26, 2008) - Arena Solutions, the leading provider of on-demand product lifecycle management (PLM) software for manufacturers of all sizes, today announced that Novare Surgical Systems (www.novaresurgical.com), the groundbreaking company behind an entirely new category of high-dexterity instruments for minimally invasive surgery, has selected Arena PLM to improve control of its product development process. Arena PLM will allow Novare to more easily comply with medical industry standards and regulations, boost productivity, and enhance collaboration with suppliers. The company has adopted Arena PLM to improve time to market for its innovative RealHandĀ® High Dexterity (HD) products, the world's first full-range-of-motion handheld laparoscopic instruments that are making it possible for physicians to perform advanced laparoscopic procedures such as colectomies, hysterectomies, and gastric bypass.

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