Business Process Outsourcing

PRODUCTS

  • AseptiQuik<sup>®</sup> G 1-1/2-inch Sanitary Connector
    AseptiQuik® G 1-1/2-inch Sanitary Connector

    The AseptiQuik G 1-1/2” Sanitary option expands CPC’s extensive termination offerings, which now include six termination sizes from 1/8” to 1” hose barbs, with 3/4” and 1-1/2” sanitary options.

  • TAKEONE® Aseptic Sampling System
    TAKEONE® Aseptic Sampling System

    Aseptic sampling devices are a critical component in an effective microbial control program. Samples collected with TAKEONE® are used to measure critical purity attributes such as bioburden, sterility and endotoxin levels and important process parameters like metabolites, nutrients, osmolality, pH and more. The TAKEONE® aseptic sampling device is a pre-assembled and single-use sampling solution. The 1,5" or 2" device has 5 or 9 fully-closed and independent sampling lines. TAKEONE® collects perfectly representative samples giving exact results with no risk of false positives.

  • Radar Level Transmitters
    Radar Level Transmitters

    Radar Level Transmitter Types 2290 and 2291 incorporate advanced radar sensing technology designed for high accuracy tank level measurement in a wide range of chemical processing and water treatment applications. The addition of radar technology to the company’s existing ultrasonic and hydrostatic sensors now provides three different level measurement technologies to meet virtually any level requirement.

  • Aseptic Processing: Consulting And Engineering Services
    Aseptic Processing: Consulting And Engineering Services

    At a time when pharmaceutical manufacturing operations are under tremendous pressures to improve effectiveness, deliver quality and reduce costs, CRB's aseptic processing teams offer innovative solutions for the handling of potent and non-potent compounds in aseptic environments.

  • Clinical Development Solutions
    Clinical Development Solutions

    Obtain regulatory approval through innovative research methods that maximize ROI

WHITE PAPERS AND CASE STUDIES

  • The Utility Of Location: How Spatial Analytics Saved A Water Company Thousands

    Today’s data driven utilities are paving the way for smart water systems through their use of location intelligence. Location influences all aspects of managing water — from protecting a sustainable supply to delivering safe drinking water. At Esri’s upcoming User Conference, which brings together more than 18,000 geographic information system (GIS) professionals from across the globe, utility companies will gather together to share successes and best practices regarding the myriad ways instituting spatial analytics technology has benefited their operations.

  • Irish Petrol Forecourt Eradicates Cash Handling Costs

    In the past a petrol station was all about fuel but with BP reporting half of its customers in the UK and Ireland are stopping for food not fuel and the recent introduction of electric charging stations and lockers for online pickup, it is clear consumers increasing demand for convenience is changing the sector. Adapting to the new trends, means new and existing customers will keep coming in using cash, card or mobile payments for their purchases.

  • How Bright Oaks Pediatrics Provides Patients Quality Pediatric-Specific Experiences
    How Bright Oaks Pediatrics Provides Patients Quality Pediatric-Specific Experiences

    Improve quality of care through a pediatric specific EHR technology

  • How An App Enabled Oklahoma Highway Patrol To Save Lives, Time, And Money
    How An App Enabled Oklahoma Highway Patrol To Save Lives, Time, And Money

    When the Oklahoma Highway Patrol (OHP) joined the search for a man suspected of killing a sheriff’s deputy earlier this year, the law enforcement agency used ArcGIS Online and Workforce for ArcGIS to properly position more than 100 troopers as the dragnet tightened.

  • Demystifying Extractables Testing
    Demystifying Extractables Testing

    It is critical anyone utilizing single-use technology understands the differences between the various guidances available for extractables analysis and which testing approaches are most suited to the study goals.

  • SENA Incorporates Participant Payment Automation To Improve Clinical Trial Operations
    SENA Incorporates Participant Payment Automation To Improve Clinical Trial Operations

    Southeastern Nephrology Associates (SENA) have been providing high quality nephrology, kidney dialysis, kidney transplant and hypertension care for patients since 1975.

  • RF-CUNY Upgrades ECM System To Reduce Administration Bottlenecks And Improve Efficiencies
    RF-CUNY Upgrades ECM System To Reduce Administration Bottlenecks And Improve Efficiencies

    The Research Foundation of the City University of New York (RF-CUNY) serves the nation’s largest urban public university, and manages grant awards exceeding $410 million in areas ranging from research in the natural and social sciences, training, job placement, curriculum planning, assessment, program evaluation, media production, and software development. The foundation has roughly 12,000 employees who serve in a variety of functions throughout CUNY’s 24 colleges, professional schools and off campus sights. The RF’s main function is to offer flexibility and respond quickly to the changing conditions and requirements of its many sponsors.

  • Total Transportation Management Saves Company $10.2 Million
    Total Transportation Management Saves Company $10.2 Million

    A leading multinational pharmaceutical company approached Fisher Clinical Services with an extensive clinical trial pipeline and the need to achieve a comprehensive, fully-managed transportation strategy. Learn more about our outsourced transportation option that delivered tangible results.

  • Truck Dealer Group Drives Savings And Efficiency With Fleet Of Alaris S2050 Scanners
    Truck Dealer Group Drives Savings And Efficiency With Fleet Of Alaris S2050 Scanners

    Truck Country evolves from MFP-based document capture to a tightly integrated digital document management solution featuring Alaris Scanners in 20+ remote locations.

  • 3 Tips On Making Approvals Quick And Easy
    3 Tips On Making Approvals Quick And Easy

    Approvals – finance requires them. Managers detest them. Approvals aren’t just a matter of compliance and controls. Many are actually critical to executing important business processes such as approving a sales discount quickly to win a customer’s business, a purchase requisition to expedite time-to-market, or even expense reports for accurate end-of-quarter reporting. A clunky approvals process that doesn’t move at the pace of the business creates real operational drag and can impact the bottom line. Here are 3 Top Tips for improving your approval processes – to make your organization more agile.

  • Tips For Cleaning And Sanitizing Pneumatic Conveying Lines
    Tips For Cleaning And Sanitizing Pneumatic Conveying Lines

    Pneumatic conveying is an effective form of moving dry materials in food manufacturing. However, the long lengths of conveying pipe present challenges in terms of addressing cleanliness and sanitation.

  • Utilizing External Collaboration To Accelerate Vaccine Development
    Utilizing External Collaboration To Accelerate Vaccine Development

    Securing a partner to serve as an extension of Janssen’s Biotherapeutics Development API-Large Molecule team was essential to reduce both risk and the time needed for delivery of clinical supplies.

NEWS

  • NASA Marshall Advances 3-D Printed Rocket Engine Nozzle Technology

    Rocket engine nozzles operate in extreme temperatures and pressures from the combustion process and are complex and expensive to manufacture.

  • Quantum LEGO: Building Ultracold Molecules

    Physicists dream of having a rich supply of ultracold molecules with specific electronic properties. A dense gas of such particles would have exciting applications in tests of fundamental physics, quantum-controlled chemistry and the study of many-body systems.

  • Researchers Move Closer To Completely Optical Artificial Neural Network

    Researchers have shown that it is possible to train artificial neural networks directly on an optical chip. The significant breakthrough demonstrates that an optical circuit can perform a critical function of an electronics-based artificial neural network and could lead to less expensive, faster and more energy efficient ways to perform complex tasks such as speech or image recognition.

  • Attis Industries Secures Agreement With Macon County General Hospital

    Attis Industries, Inc. (NASDAQ: ATIS) (the “Company” or “Attis”), an integrated technology and innovations holding company, today announced that it has entered into an agreement with Macon County General Hospital, a rural community hospital located in Lafayette, Tennessee, to assist in the operation of a new and improved hospital laboratory

  • Light From Ancient Quasars Helps Confirm Quantum Entanglement

    Last year, physicists at MIT, the University of Vienna, and elsewhere provided strong support for quantum entanglement, the seemingly far-out idea that two particles, no matter how distant from each other in space and time, can be inextricably linked, in a way that defies the rules of classical physics.