Business Process Management

PRODUCTS

  • Enterprise Asset Management Software For Food And Beverage

    Process manufacturing including food and beverage is an asset-intensive business. That means at the very least, a basic computerized maintenance management system (CMMS) is necessary to capture and manage costs of operating and maintaining your equipment.

  • Ross ERP Software: Food And Beverage

    Ross ERP Software is built specifically for process manufacturers that want to streamline operations, quickly bring new products to the marketplace, and easily ramp up production, while cutting costs and complying with ever more stringent retailer requirements and federal regulations.

  • Temperature Measurement

    Endress+Hauser offers a complete assortment of compact thermometers, modular thermometers, thermowells, measurement inserts, transmitters and accessories for all types of process industries such as Oil & Gas, Chemicals, Food & Beverage, Life Sciences, Primaries & Metal, Power & Energy.

  • Service Organization: Toolset And Process Optimization

    Good processes support your team, not stifle them, enabling them to operate at their highest levels.  This is doubly true for managed service providers, where operational efficiency and effectiveness are critical to client retention, team retention, and profitability.

  • Vault EDC

    Vault EDC provides a fast and intuitive interface for capturing and reviewing clinical trial data. Designed for flexibility, Vault EDC allows you to run complex multi-arm adaptive trials and make mid-study amendments without downtime or migrations. Veeva is delivering a better EDC that lets you run the trial you want.

WHITE PAPERS AND CASE STUDIES

  • A Common Sense Approach To Sustainability In The Biosimilar Business

    Through common sense and creative thinking, the industry can discover new ways to achieve success and sustainability in the biosimilar market.

  • A Comprehensive Guide To Ad Hoc Reporting For SaaS

    “Why should I give my users ad hoc reporting? They don’t want to create reports. Half of them barely use Excel.” We get variations on this question from software vendors all the time.

  • Implementation Of Single-Use In Drug Substance Filling Before Transportation

    This article discusses the product development cycle of a system for bulk filtration of active pharmaceutical ingredients, how this development has progressed, and the lessons learned along the way.

  • In-House Versus Outsource: A Decision-Making Guide Biopharmaceutical executives must consider how outsourcing fits into their development and production strategy, as well as how to select the best CDMO partner for their business. Here’s a step-by-step guide to help make that decision.
  • Connecting The Internet Of Things

    The Internet of Things (IoT) can be daunting to understand considering the overwhelming amount of articles available on the subject. Meanwhile, the rapid proliferation of new IoT devices continues in both our personal lives as well as in virtually every industry. The purpose of this document is to quell the hype and facilitate a discussion of how to prepare for and manage an IoT deployment at a fundamental level.

  • MSP Guide To Vertical Market Success: Spotlight On Professional Services

    How do I differentiate my business from my competitors? This is a question that many managed service providers (MSPs) are battling with. One potentially successful approach is to specialize in a particular vertical market. By focusing on vertical markets, you acquire specific knowledge and expertise about the objectives, processes, and IT issues related to that type of business. You become an expert and specialist rather than a generalist, which enables you to solve problems more effectively and to offer a more relevant mix of products and services. Eventually, you will be able to leverage your specialist expertise and add greater value to your customers than your competitors.

  • How To Outsell Your Competition Instead Of Yourself

    VARs and MSPs can discover a new selling approach that works in today’s crowded business technology space. With increasing competition and decreasing product differentiation, resellers and service providers can no longer sell based on product features, an approach that worked in the past. Learn about this new approach that focuses on determining the customer’s needs first.

  • Considerations For Upstream Biologic Development

    A biologic candidate's path from DNA to drug-in-vial is long and complex. These considerations might simplify and improve the economics of the process, helping molecules get to market as quickly as possible.

  • The Role Of IoT And Control Technologies In Water Filtration Systems

    Filtration and separation technologies are the core of water treatment processes, and in many cases, they can be critical process bottlenecks. 

  • Differentiating Intelligent Scheduling Solutions

    With so many scheduling solutions on the market it’s difficult to select which solution best fits your service organization. Some scheduling solutions offer routing, others offer automated scheduling, while some provide real-time schedule optimization. It’s important to recognize what type of solution is suitable for your service organization, but how do you determine which solutions are appropriate? There are many contributing factors to deciding which scheduling solution is best for your organization. This paper examines a few of those key factors.

  • Accelerate Process Development With High-Throughput, Single-Use, Fully Automated Bioreactors

    Biopharma R&D teams everywhere face the same dilemma in the development of biologics and vaccines: Increase productivity to meet strict budgets and deadlines, while maintaining or improving data accuracy.

  • Qualification And Validation Of Isolator Systems

    Successful qualification and documentation processes start in the planning phase of a project, follow through manufacturing and lifecycle of the equipment.

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