Accounts Payable / Remittance Processing


  • Recent years have shown steady growth in manufacturing sterile, high potent products in the pharmaceutical industry. Antibiotics for intravenous or intramuscular injection in powder form such as Ceftriaxone Sodium for example, need to be produced under sterile conditions.

  • Designed to streamline buffer delivery in downstream applications
    Buffers and salts are typically the largest constituents by volume used in biopharmaceutical downstream processing steps for manufacturing most products. The variety of buffer solutions used across a manufacturing facility requires flexible, cost-efficient infrastructure and on-time delivery to meet process demand.

  • Leveraging our knowledge in glass primary packaging and automation equipment, we have engineered two different models of needle assembly machines, both geared towards ensuring ease of use, lowering equipment footprint and saving energy.

  • Modular and innovative platform for filling RTU and bulk containers. The Flexible Filling Platform is addressing especially these areas of applications. Flexibility for us means handling all different containers such as vials, syringes and cartridges. As well as modularity allowing the line to be quickly adapted to different needs by using pre-developed and pre-tested modules. The FFP has an output up to 3,600 containers/h and offers a 100% in-process check weighing.

  • Revolutionizing Global mRNA Production: Germfree's Innovative Cleanrooms Drive Manufacturing Success

    Cleanroom requirements for mRNA manufacturing encompass stringent particle control, temperature and humidity management, solvent management and robust contamination prevention strategies. Germfree’s advanced cleanroom solutions address these challenges, ensuring seamless equipment integration, process adaptability, and compliance with regulatory standards. Their tailored mobile and modular facilities support the emerging trend for localized vaccine production, empowering biopharmaceutical companies to harness the transformative potential of mRNA technology in a rapidly advancing field, and ultimately contributing to global immunization efforts.


  • The Secret Sauce In Successful Clinical Trial Payments Programs

    More than 80 percent of sites surveyed want to get paid in 30 days, and many clinical technology companies offer specialized software solutions to address the site payments process. However, these systems still require a large effort by the sponsor to operate. What is the secret sauce for success?

  • Solution Helps Chocolate Manufacturer Build A Streamlined Factory

    Chocolates Valor S.A. produces high-quality chocolate bars, chocolates and snacks. The company invested in digitalization solutions for the production environment, in particular through Preactor APS, which is a family of products for production planning and programming that improves the synchronization of manufacturing processes and offers greater visibility and control. It showed an immediate return on investment.

  • Closed Manufacturing System For Autologous Cell Therapy Production

    Complete manufacturing system delivered technology innovation, novel automation solutions, and substantial IP in the cell therapy manufacturing automation domain.

  • Global Biopharma Improves Scientific Data Processing

    A biopharma company that supports drug discovery activities had been using a legacy plug-in to Microsoft® Excel® spreadsheet software for performing scientific data aggregation, analysis and presentation. While the legacy spreadsheet tool was flexible, it was also slow. With the amount of data growing year after year, scientists had come to accept the inevitability of some queries taking up to 3 hours to process. By implementing a faster, more purpose-built tool running BIOVIA Pipeline Pilot protocols in Microsoft Excel spreadsheets the company has much more than simple spreadsheet capabilities.

  • Cardiovascular Device Manufacturer Avoids Product Shortage With Woven Textile Component Solution

    Medical textile supplier successfully reverse-engineers a woven textile component based on the original sample to help medical equipment manufacturer avoid sales disruption.

  • Global Pharmaceutical Leader Achieves Simplified End User Experience

    Unearth how a European pharmaceutical company was able to power its next-generation clinical research data repository and analytics platform.

  • AI-Assisted Indexing Improves TMF Management

    The timely and accurate filing and indexing of documents for the Trial Master File is one of the most significant compliance challenges facing organizations today. In this case study, learn how Phlexglobal’s advanced machine learning technologies reduced a pharmaceutical company’s document processing time by 16% while maintaining 98% accuracy.

  • Fine-Tuning Your Filament: 3D Printing Of Medical Implants

    In this case study, Evonik discusses how RESOMER® can be used in 3D-printed devices via Fused Filament Fabrication (FFF).

  • Helping Breweries Cut Natural Gas Costs And Waste Gas Emissions

    No matter whether consumers choose a pilsner, an ale, or another popular type of beer, there is a critical focus at nearly all breweries today on their production process energy (natural gas) costs and plant environmental compliance (waste gas emissions). Failing to pay attention to the efficiency of these processes at breweries or any other type of food and beverage processing plant can lead to cost competitiveness issues and hefty regulatory fines.

  • Streamlining Delivery Device Manufacturing

    A leading European pharma company needed highly resistant glass cartridges that could be easily integrated with a pen injector used in a range of treatments.

  • Six Keys To Automated Weighing Accuracy

    We review six key considerations to take into account when crafting machines that function along the automation measuring chain.

  • Seven Steps For Allogeneic Cell Therapy Success

    To prepare allogeneic, or "donor-derived," CAR T cells for commercial scale, you must consider scale-up, aseptic processing, single-use systems, facility design, starting material, supply chain, and logistics.