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  • Crowley Company And Scannx Announce Software Development And Distribution Agreements

    Christopher Crowley, president and co-owner of The Crowley Company, a world leader in the manufacturing and distribution of book, microfilm, photographic and document scanners, announces today that the company has completed two agreements with Scannx, a leading developer of cloud-based document scanning and delivery solutions for libraries.

  • TrialScope Transparency Management

    CLINICAL TRANSPARENCY
    Clinical trial sponsors are required by law to disclose information on their clinical trials in multiple places. These regulatory requirements continue to change as new mandated registries emerge and the scope of disclosure expands. This dynamic scenario creates a challenge for sponsors who must track and manage disclosure content that is being prepared for different registries, with different requirements.

  • Single-Use pH Sensors For Bioprocessing Applications: 550pH

    Rosemount 550pH sensor is designed to provide high measurement stability for single-use bioprocessing applications. The sensor stability of <0.005 pH change per day enables users to do a one-point calibration at the start of the batch and operate for 30-days without any required maintenance or recalibration. The unique capability of being stored wet significantly increases shelf life to two years and allows immediate verification and calibration eliminating the initial stabilization process.

  • Expanded Range of Grundfos CRs

    More efficiency. More reliability. More performance.
    With our CR vertical inline multistage pump technology, we’ve delivered best-in-class reliability and efficiency for more than 45 years. But we never stop imagining ways to do even more. Introducing the new generation of CR pumps—three models (95, 125 and 155) with reimagined features and capabilities that move the limits of what’s possible.

     

  • IoT Endpoint Lifecycle Management

    Best-in-class services designed to simplify and accelerate IoT solution adoption.

WHITE PAPERS AND CASE STUDIES

  • Choosing The Right Route To Low-Power Cellular IoT: User Guide To Simplifying LTE-M/NB-IoT Design Projects

    Cellular transformation is underway in the medical and industrial space with the push for low-power cellular networks such as LTE CAT-M1 and NB-IoT. These technologies are unleashing a new wave of IoT devices that drastically reduce cost and operate for years on a single battery. But that’s just the start. Combining low-power cellular with Bluetooth 5 offers two best-in-class wireless technologies to bridge local sensors, phones, people, gateways, and the cloud into one seamless extension.

  • How To Choose The Right Portable Dust Collector Or Cleanroom Vacuum?

    When selecting a compound vacuum, HEPA vacuum, or ULPA vacuum for your facility, you will quickly find there are many options and it’s easy to lose sight of what’s important.

  • Best-In-Class Financial Metrics Drive Smarter Decisions And More Confident Board Meetings

    SaaSOptics has given Driven Insights the visibility and accurate financials to generate clean revenue recognition calculations, capture clean churn metrics and easily run additional reports as required for management and Board meetings.

  • How Today's Investments Shape Tomorrow's Field Service Landscape

    A multitude of emerging technologies are changing the landscape of service management. Many of these technologies — once considered luxuries — will become necessities over the next five years. This report explores how today's investments by the Best-in-Class influence tomorrow's service landscape. Most importantly, the report will explain how you can prepare your firm right now. 

  • Understanding The Full Potential Of Best-In-Class Warranty Management

    For a business to succeed in a world of increasingly powerful service technologies, getting Warranty Management right is the bare minimum. Forward-thinking firms take that a step further, unafraid to make warranty management another tool that they can use to gain and retain customers.

  • The City Of Baxter Minnesota Installs And Starts‐Up An 800 Pound‐Per‐Day Microclor® On‐Site Hypochlorite System In Three Days

    The City of Baxter, located in central Minnesota, has always endeavored to deliver superior and reliable service to their customer base with a strong dose of selfreliance.

  • How The Best-In-Class Use AR For Superior Service Management

    Technician turnover continues to create challenges across the Field Service Management industry, and organizations are scrambling to keep up. Best-in-Class organizations are embracing emerging technologies like Augmented Reality (AR) to help manage these new workforce pressures. This report explores Augmented Reality successes, and charts a path to success for those businesses ready to embrace an augmented future.

  • Improving Asset Reliability To Move Toward Best-in-Class

    Unscheduled asset downtime results in lower production efficiency and higher maintenance costs, directly impacting profitability. In the chemical industry, unscheduled downtime can also incur the costs of wasted product that must be disposed of when a production process halts and cannot be completed. Aberdeen Group has identified the following Key Performance.
    Indicators (KPIs) of Best-in-Class companies:

  • BV Dairy Unleashes Growth With Epicor ERP And DocStar

    Founded in 1958 as a family farm in England’s West Country, BV Dairy is now a thriving modern business. Each year, the company purchases 35 million liters of milk from dairy farms within a 25-mile radius of their production facility in Shaftesbury, Dorset and turns them into dairy products for food distribution and manufacturing firms. BV Dairy’s range includes their award-winning Dorset clotted cream, as well as yogurts, buttermilk, soft cheese, and mascarpone.

  • Understanding The Continuum Of Clinical Collaboration

    Vendor-selection processes are tilting toward finding as broad and deep a fit as possible, the better to capture the efficiencies from scale and repeatability that those moves are intended to deliver.

  • Controlling Dust In Grain Manufacturing Operations

    Aging dust filtration systems present safety and quality risks and low filtration efficiency. This case study shows how new dust collectors can maintain acceptable dust levels and reduce plant downtime.

  • How ConnectWise Manage™ Revolutionized The Way We Work

    Connections for Business, a South Florida IT service provider, was spending unnecessary money on labor and overhead. Without a business management platform to assist in developing their systems and processes, that job fell on the team, and the team only. Billing was inaccurate and taking 40-50 hours a month to complete.

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