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PRODUCTS

  • On-The-Floor Behavior Verification

    Foster Engagement. Verify Compliance.
    Imagine if you could clone your best supervisor. Now you can. Alchemy Coach is a powerful mobile app that strengthens supervisor/employee relation

     

  • FlexRake® Low Flow

    A front-clean, front-return, mechanically-cleaned bar screen technology, Specifically designed for plants of 1 MGD or less average flow with channels 2 feet to 6 feet deep by 1 foot to 2 feet wide. Bar openings of 1/4 inch, 1/2 inch, 3/4 inch, and 1 inch are available.

  • FLIR Research Studio: Designed To Work The Way You Do

    FLIR Research Studio is powerful, simple-to-use software for analyzing how thermal imagery changes over time. Designed to work the way you work, the software makes thermal analysis faster, more convenient, and enables better teamwork. Whether a Windows, MacOS, or Linux user, Research Studio provides customers with an easy way to quickly and efficiently display, record, and analyze accurate thermal data on their machine in any of 22 languages. 

  • Clinical IRT Services

    Increasingly elaborate international clinical trials demand a smart, streamlined approach and at Sharp we use interactive response technologies (IRT) to provide just that. They’re a powerful, practical tool for accelerating your product’s progress to launch and making the management of your trial much easier for everyone.

  • 5G Urban Small-Cell Analysis

    With a tremendous increase in the number of connected devices and mobile data demand predicted over the next decade, the wireless communications industry is exploring new technologies to accommodate 5G wireless data systems, including MIMO (multiple-input, multiple-output) technology and millimeter wave frequency bands.  One of the more complex environments for these technologies are urban small cells, where the prevalence of multipath and non-line-of-sight conditions leads to many challenges, particularly at higher frequencies.

WHITE PAPERS AND CASE STUDIES

  • Making eSource Work: Beyond The Hype

    Implementing eSource can mean operating differently from the norm, with potentially an initial layer of complexity before things become simpler.

  • Managing Change And Preparing The Organization For An ERP Solution

    While most food business leaders understand implementing new integrated business software is a technical challenge, many overlook the less tangible things that can stand in the way of success.

  • Saving Money, Saving Time In Pharma Operations

    A holistic data infrastructure removes the barriers of finding, capturing, converting and organizing operational data, enabling operators and engineers to model enterprise-wide operational intelligence while reducing complexity and cost. Once this holistic data infrastructure is implemented within an organization, it becomes a foundation for building four pillars of a successful and stress-free pharmaceutical manufacturing operation.

  • Sodexo Wields Microsoft Solutions In Global Transformation

    Global facilities management giant, Sodexo, has harnessed Microsoft technologies, including Azure, Dynamics 365, IoT Hub and Power BI, to underpin a major digital and business transformation initiative, beginning in Australia but set to ripple through the international organisation.

  • Hospital Secure Messaging: 7 Lessons Learned

    As I was going through the metal detector at the airport, I tossed my pager in the bin. The security official looked at me and said, “You work in healthcare, don’t you?” I asked, “Why do you say that?” She said, “No one else uses pagers except for people in healthcare.” Her comment struck me; I thought, Wow. She is totally right.

  • Sporting Goods Retailer Takes Safety And Product Testing To A New Level

    This U.S.-based retailer is an omni-channel sporting goods powerhouse offering a broad assortment of top-brand sporting goods equipment, apparel and footwear. They operate 645 locations with a blend of dedicated associates, in-store services and unique specialty shop-in-shops. As a producer of reliable, high-quality products that their loyal customers have come to expect, product safety and compliance are major focuses for this sporting goods retailer.

  • Mortgage Lender Accelerates The Loan Approval Process Providing Improved Self-Service Automation Features

    A top ten mortgage lender in the United States has been providing loans across the country for nearly 40 years. In an effort to speed and simplify the loan approval process, a practice that is traditionally long and cumbersome, the mortgage provider enlisted mobile technology to allow for self-service automation. With the customer in control and able to provide information at their convenience, the loan process is shortened and simplified, allowing the organization to serve more customers than if they were to utilize only traditional processing methods.

  • Key Findings From The EMA’s Qualification Opinion On DDC

    The EMA’s qualification opinion on Direct Data Capture (DDC) is a huge regulatory development for the clinical research industry. Read our white paper for a quick understanding of the major points in the opinion, and of how DDC improves data accuracy, monitoring, and more.

  • Insmed’s Fast And Successful EDC Study Builds With Veeva Vault CDMS

    Insmed describes the critical success factors enabling them to incorporate significant protocol changes and still hit their FPI deadline with Vault EDC.

  • Making AI Usable For Pharma and Biopharma

    Artificial intelligence (AI) is already making a huge contribution to the global economy, even though this development is still in its early stages. AI is a kind of turbo drive for the new digital technologies, because it enables machines to imitate human decision-making processes. This white paper explores how to use artificial intelligence to uncover hidden business value in the regulated pharmaceutical and biotech industries.

  • Health Food Associates, Inc. Gains Healthier AP Results With Electronic Invoice Handling

    In 2017, Health Food Associates decided to further support the efforts of its retail staff by easing the time spent on invoice processing and related procedures. On a monthly basis, the company’s accounting department based at its corporate headquarters in Tulsa, Oklahoma received an average of 4,000 vendor invoices a month from 16 Akin’s locations. This material was bundled on a near daily basis by each store and sent via mail and UPS for payment.

  • Key Concepts Driving The Future Of Single-Use In Biopharma Production

    This article discusses four topics related to single-use bioprocessing which are commonly cited by end users as amenable to future development. 

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