Why VTI?

Validation Technologies, Inc. (VTI), an ISO 9001:2008 Certified Global Company, strives to maintain and inspire professional excellence by providing Validation, Commissioning, and Qualification (C&Q) Services to Pharmaceuticals, Biotechnology, Biologics, Medical Devices and FDA/Internationally regulated industries.  We have the experience, expertise, and commitment to provide the superior service required to meet all of your validation and compliance needs.

We offer a full spectrum of services such as computer validation, cleaning validation, process validation, clean room certification, temperature mapping, process equipment and facility qualification, and much more. Dedication to quality, personalized support and the success of your projects are the foundation of our company.

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Upcoming Events

Philadelphia, PA

CEO Vincent, speaking at 20th Annual Validation Week, October 28-30, 2014 (Philadelphia, PA)

IVT’s Validation Week celebrates its 20th Anniversary this year! The validation industry’s flagship and best attended event once again provides you the most up-to-date and comprehensive information on new global regulations, technology advances and industry case models for developing, implementing and deploying validation procedures enterprise-wide. VTI CEO, David W. Vincent, will be sharing twenty years […]

November 21 - 23, 2014
San Diego

Susan G. Komen 3 Day

VTI is sponsoring the Susan G. Komen Foundation 3 Day. Help us in our cause!

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Latest News


New article: Quality and Compliance in the Asian Pharmaceutical Industry

VTI CEO David W. Vincent has spent the better part of a decade initiating and directing validation projects in China, a nation quickly becoming prominent in the world pharmaceutical market. His latest article, “Quality and Compliance in the Asian Pharmaceutical Industry,” was just published in the May 2014 issue of the GXP Journal. You don’t […]


Design, Construction, Commission, and Qualification Of Critical Utility Systems Part III: HVAC

Environmental control is a critical factor in determining the successful operation of the facility, whether designed for manual or automated operation. Industry experts David Vincent and Herbert Matheson complete their series on critical utility systems, this time focusing on Heating, Ventilation, and Air-Conditioning Systems (HVAC). Download PART III here!