• Patient Access & Engagement Services

    UBC helps pharmaceutical and biotech manufactures overcome access and adherence challenges by using the right combination of our high-touch services and high-tech solutions. Our patient support programs are powered by UBC Pathways™, our proprietary suite of healthcare analytics and technology solutions.

  • GENiSYS® C Multi-Format Filling and Closing Machine

    AST’s GENiSYS® C is an advanced, yet compact, filling and closing system for automated processing of nested, custom and ready-to-use vials, syringes, and cartridges. With many features typically found in large scale filling machines, the GENiSYS C’s compact footprint makes this system ideal for use in small scale filling applications, including R&D, process development, engineering runs, niche product manufacturing, and even cGMP clinical and small-batch commercial manufacturing.

  • Biologics CMO

    With patients’ lives at the end of the pipeline, biologics contract manufacturing needs to be safe, reliable and consistent in supply. The developers of these large molecule drugs, however, are also operating in a highly competitive space. Speed-to-market is imperative, along with efficient processes and low costs. A lot of this will rest on the quality of the cell line development and the expertise of the biologics CMO you choose.

  • Bioanalytical & ADME Laboratory Services

    Tailored solutions for your most complex challenges
    As increasing regulatory and scientific complexities threaten R&D productivity, you need a partner with scientific competence, regulatory expertise and capacity to meet demanding timelines via tailored solutions.

  • Financial Reporting

    At every stage growth, you need real-time insight into your business. 

    Our financial reports are tied directly to your contract terms to provide real-time GAAP revenues and invoice schedules so you can close the books faster, accurately project cash and breeze through audits. 


  • PSD (Position Sensing Detector) Characteristics

    Silicon photodetectors are commonly used for light power measurements but may also be utilized as optical position sensors. They are commonly referred to as Position Sensing Detectors or simply PSDs. This white paper discusses the different types of PSDs and their functions in different applications.

  • Phase 3 Bacterial Vaginosis Study

    Ensuring that studies meet the business goals of sponsors and increase the range of treatment options available to patients and healthcare providers can be challenging when a trial must enroll subjects with a bothersome health condition and ask them to risk randomization to placebo. The project team in a study of an investigational treatment for bacterial vaginosis addressed such challenges and enabled the study to meet the sponsor’s goals.

  • Erecruit Staffing Software Differentiates Itself With Easy-To-Use BI Reporting Tool

    Erecruit is the leading visionary technology provider for the staffing and recruiting industry and is the chosen partner for thousands of successful firms around the world. They wanted to differentiate Erecruit’s Adapt staffing software in a highly competitive market by offering a business intelligence reporting tool that enables clients to easily design customer reports and dashboards that facilitate staffing business operations and management.

  • thyssenkrupp Embraces Digital Transformation For A Better Future

    Technology is evolving at breakneck speed, and many manufacturers are struggling to keep pace. But for companies that fail to innovate quickly, the consequences are dire—they’re putting their survival at risk. thyssenkrupp AG fully understands the crucial role technology plays in modern manufacturing. That’s why six years ago, the organization began to transform its business from the inside out, starting a quest to gain greater efficiencies that would provide more customer value and differentiate the company from its competitors.

  • Jeng Chi Chinese Restaurant Rolls Out New Tech And Rakes In New Profits

    Jeng Chi needed to upgrade out-of-date systems with relocation to a larger site and to help keep up with restaurant growth.

  • Raising Standards Through Collaboration

    Agreed standards will drive all industry players towards the same goal: better bioprocessing. And efforts from BPOG, among others, are leading the way.

  • Analog Vs. Digital Weighing Systems

    This applicaiton note explains the technical differences between analog and digital weighing systems along with their pros and cons to help you choose the best system for your application.

  • Stability Of Silicon Photodiodes For Laser Emission Measurements

    Laser emission safety regulations are put in place to necessitate simple instrumentation for user monitoring and regulatory purposes. Instruments must be accurately calibrated and maintain their calibrations over long periods and must be achieved within the optical transducer. This white paper’s objective is to examine the suitability of silicon photodiodes as the transducer, and to discuss the calibration accuracy, reproducibility, and stability that are likely to be achieved from a commercial company.

  • Maple Leaf Foods Reduces Safety Incident Rate By 60%

    A packaged meats company needed to improve food and workplace safety while aligning 32 sub-cultures into one shared safety culture. This case study explores the training and tools that let them achieve their goals.

  • Actigraphy For Multiple Sclerosis

    Activity patterns of those with multiple sclerosis (MS) fluctuate over time according to exacerbations and remissions, and therefore represent an important marker of disease progression. Read how actigraphy can be used to to measure conventional activity, sleep, and circadian endpoints and more to assist in studies.

  • Fundamentals Of Real-Time Viable Particle Monitoring: How Does It Work?

    Real-time viable particle monitoring instruments have been available for over five years. This white paper intends to describe this technology and how it is used to detect viable particles in real-time.

  • Effective Enterprise Communication: The Foundation Of Strategic Field Service

    Do you view field service strategically? Leading organizations recognize that service is a great differentiator — stellar field service can be the path to setting your company apart, creating new revenue streams, and driving profits. These organizations are focusing on initiatives such as migrating from break-fix work to outcomes-based service models, better understanding and delivering on customer expectations, and embracing the need to continually improve operations by developing its people, processes, and technology use.