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  • High Potency API Drying and Multi-Fill Suite

    HPAPI Drying and Multi-Fill Suite designed as a complete sampling system with a nitrogen glovebox enclosure for processing and drying of HPAPI (High Potency Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients) connected to a laminar flow hood. Designed for product and personnel protection during filling of small sampling containers.

  • Vault eTMF

    Designed specifically for the life sciences industry, Veeva Vault eTMF is the only application that enables active TMF management for real-time inspection readiness, visibility, and control. Seamless interoperability with CTMS and Study Start-up allows sponsors, CROs, and sites to access the same clinical information, streamlining collaboration and increasing efficiency.

  • Longpass Filter Series

    Schneider Optics offers a series of longpass filters impressed with steep slopes and high transmission at stable cut-on wavelengths. These filters are suited for high end machine vision systems in factory automation. They can also be used in metrology, 3D measurement, inspection, and automotive applications.

  • Worldwide Clinical Trials Early Phase Services Overview

    Founded by physicians committed to advancing medical science, Worldwide is out to change how the world sees CROs — in the best possible way. From Bioanalytical Sciences through Phase IIa trials, our Early Phase Services include a 300-bed clinical site in San Antonio, Texas that is GCP/ICH compliant. Specimens are seamlessly transferred internally, or to a lab of your choice, for sample bioanalysis. We never compromise on science or safety. We’re never satisfied with the status quo. We’re the Cure for the Common CRO.

  • Export Management

    As companies look to foreign markets as a means to grow top line revenues, exports have boomed. Unfortunately, with more customers spread across more geographies, the export compliance challenge has mushroomed, and so has the risk of regulatory violations. Many exporters struggle to effectively screen potential customers against restricted party lists, determine license requirements, perform export compliance checks, and generate international trade documents.


  • Apparel Retailer Outfits Supply Chain With Automation Gains Real-Time Visibility

    This leading retailer of casual apparel for men, women and children operates over 1,000 stores in the United States, Canada, Japan, Italy and the United Kingdom. It also sells products through online stores and catalogues. Merchandise is shipped to these stores by air and sea freight from three distribution centers. The company lacked visibility into its supply chain. Its homegrown system involved spreadsheets, emails and phone calls with international business units and over 30 trading partners. With a 12-hour time difference between partners, accurate and real-time information was nearly impossible.

  • Overcoming Bioavailability Challenges In Oral Formulation Development

    With nearly 90% of developmental pipeline drugs consisting of poorly soluble molecules, formulation experts must address this obstacle by applying approaches to improve an API’s pharmacokinetics. 

  • Service Bureau Turns To Alaris To Deliver Superior, Cost-Effective Mailroom And Document Management Solutions

    High-volume Kodak i5850 Scanners backed by Alaris service and support provide the productivity and cost-effectiveness MEI Mail & Document Management Services needed to expand offerings and meet higher volume demands

  • Law Firm Quickly Transforms 7,000 Boxes Of Legal Documents To Digital Files

    Huge volume of records converted seamlessly via expertise of Data Repro Com Ltd. and information capture technology from Alaris.

  • Two Gold Mining Companies Each Chose Multiple Tri-Flow Systems For Dry Dust Control On Thermal Treatment Systems That Exhaust To Atmosphere

    The Tri-Flow units range in capacity from 2000 to 20,000 cfm; all use Tri-Plus MERV 15 filters, an alternative proven superior to bags and cartridges, which are typically MERV 10-13.

  • Cartridge Dust Collector For Sandblasting

    A company specializing in onsite sandblasting chose a Tri-flow cartridge dust collector for its high efficiency (99.99%+) on particles that range from submicron to 5+ microns.

  • Seal-Scan Medical Device Case Study

    High product costs and superior quality requirements are the two single reasons for successful integration of airborne ultrasound seal inspection for medical device packaging. This case study focuses on the use of Seal-Scan® for final seal quality verification for an implantable sterilized medical device.

  • Patient Centric Monitoring Methodology

    There is a shift in the pharmaceutical and CRO industries to improve the efficiency, effectiveness and quality of clinical trial research and the data generated together with improving patient safety. Read how Patient Centric Monitoring enables faster data access and quality checks, enabling early detection of errors and risks and ensuring improved patient safety plus data quality and integrity.

  • Merck Transforms Trial Efficiency With Strategic eTMF Initiative

    Merck has embarked on a company-wide mission to update its TMF processes and technology to ensure greater quality documentation and timeliness, while making it easier for study personnel to reach critical milestones.

  • Improving Patient Experience And Employee Engagement At University Of Chicago Medicine

    At University of Chicago Medicine, we’ve been on a journey to make our experience match our science. One of the key efforts on that journey was to introduce iPad-based rounding as a tool to help nurse leaders identify and solve any patient or family concerns quickly and efficiently, as well as to recognize nurses and other staff members for excellence. We also wanted to capture patient comments in a way that would help inform system-level improvement efforts.

  • Retorting Fruit Cups At Del Monte

    This case study explains how a new packaging system at Del Monte’s Modesto, CA plant fills and seals 700 four-oz fruit cups per minute and sterilizes them in two-batch retorts.

  • Intelligently Streamline Claims Processing

    Advancements in technology are moving more quickly today than ever before, making it difficult for insurance organizations to keep up. As the industry evolves, it has become more apparent that insurers are only as good as the data utilized throughout their decision-making processes. Organizations must take a closer look at their internal operating workflows such as claims processing and embrace emerging technologies to streamline traditional workflows that can no longer adapt to the current or future consumer demands of the industry.