Records Management

PRODUCTS

  • Our platform combines our experience and expertise with deep learning models to deliver a bespoke solution that enhances the quality inspection process for every customer.

  • Oracle Health Sciences Clinical One Randomization and Supplies Management is the first—and only—RTSM solution that gives users control and reduces study-build times from weeks to days.

  • The Jade Xilinx FPGA family of products utilizes Jade™ architecture which embodies a new streamlined approach to FPGA based boards, simplifying the design to reduce power and cost, while still providing some of the highest performance FPGA resources available. Designed to work with Pentek's new Navigator™ Design Suite of tools, the combination of Jade and Navigator offers users an efficient path to developing and deploying FPGA based data acquisition and processing.

  • More than 45+ commercial approvals in 25 years of commercial manufacturing service.

  • Part of the Esri Geospatial Cloud, ArcGIS Online enables you to connect people, locations, and data using interactive maps. Work with smart, data-driven styles and intuitive analysis tools that deliver location intelligence. Share your insights with the world or specific groups.

WHITE PAPERS AND CASE STUDIES

  • Improve Sterility Assurance And Data Integrity In A 503B Compounding Pharmacy

    Implementing automated technologies and robotics could be the solution 503B compounding pharmacies need to overcome growing issues with sterility and data integrity.

  • No Page Left Behind

    West Coast service bureau ViaTRON processes three million pages per week for clients primarily in state government, higher education, and entertainment – such as movie studios and casinos. Services range from scanning to Enterprise Content Management (ECM) and beyond.

  • Nutritional Medicine Manufacturer Installs Two Line Checkweigher To Keep Up With Demand

    Orthomol pharmazeutische Vertriebs GmbH develops and markets an extensive range of food supplements. Annually over 50 million pouches and 12 million drink bottles leave the premises. A new two-lane C35 AdvancedLine checkweigher excels in high weighing accuracy and throughput, and its versatile product handling features can be flexibly adapted to changing requirements in Orthomol's production lines.

  • How Lippert Components Is Keeping RV Service Rolling And Supporting Customers From Home

    At Lippert Components, there’s no such thing as a typical day when it comes to servicing our RV customers. Campers, manufacturers, and sales and service dealers have different needs, but all their requests are usually urgent. And although the global COVID-19 pandemic is presenting new challenges, we continue to support our customers — even though we can't help them in person.

  • Clearing The Hurdles Of Medical Device Prototyping

    Material costs, functionality, and turnaround times are major obstacles in medical device prototyping. This article presents tools and techniques to overcome them and explains how the right partner can ensure medical devices are brought to market quickly.

  • Keeping Your Additive Manufacturing Laser In Spec

    Additive manufacturing allows for more customized parts using more specialized materials, and will eventually create a more localized, rapid, and agile distribution network. This white paper discusses important laser performance characteristics, how to measure them, and how to keep the laser in spec.

  • Ensuring Compliance With Part 11: A Site’s Perspective

    As more sites are looking to implement technology to go paperless, improve standardization, and provide secure access to essential documents, site staff ’s experience with ensuring compliance with 21 CFR 11 (Part 11) of the Code of Federal Regulations—focusing on the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA’s) standards for electronic records and electronic signatures — may be limited. Balancing the need to maximize efficiency and ensure compliance presents a challenge, but with the right resources, the challenge is an achievable one. Gaining a better understanding of the purpose, scope, and components of Part 11 will help sites achieve their compliance goals.

  • Track And Trace Solution Supports Packaging Specialist

    Protection against counterfeit products is becoming more and more important to international pharmaceutical companies. Datamatrix stations allow August Faller KG to offer their customers a wide range of track & trace and serialization services.

  • Meeting Diverse Biologic Pipeline Process Development Challenges

    The biopharma manufacturing industry has been evolving at an unmatched pace. Understanding and managing diverse molecule challenges is key to ensuring they reach patients safely and efficiently.  

  • Set For The Future—San Juan Water Implements Esri's ArcGIS Utility Network And Cityworks Computer Maintenance Management System

    San Juan Water District (SJWD) has used ArcGIS Utility Network as a foundation for the organization's computer maintenance management system (CMMS) implementation, which uses Cityworks. The Utility Network and the CMMS work from one centralized database for water distribution. The field crews can access the latest information and use the networking analysis capabilities for outage events via tablets in the field or a web browser in the office. The integration of these systems has improved reporting and inspection workflows while providing a single, authoritative source of truth. 

  • Monoclonal Antibody Manufacturing: Build Or Outsource?

    The standardization of biologics manufacturing processes has given product developers multiple viable options for producing monoclonal antibodies (mAbs), including building an in-house mAb production system or partnering with a contract biologics manufacturer.

  • Gwinnett County Explores Benefits Of Digital Twins At Pump Station

    As a leader in the water industry, Gwinnett County Department of Water Resources (GCDWR) aims to provide superior water services at an excellent value. The multi-award-winning utility has been recognized both statewide and nationally for excellence in water production, wastewater treatment, infrastructure development, and customer satisfaction. GCDWR operates and maintains two water production facilities; three water reclamation facilities; more than 200 pump stations; and nearly 8,000 miles of water, sewer, and stormwater pipes that provide essential services to more than 900,000 people each day.

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