Transactional Content Management

PRODUCTS

  • Pharmaceutical Lyophilizer / Freeze Dryer

    The pharmaceutical lyophilization system can be used to stabilize thermolabile and delicate active ingredients, like oncological medications, vaccines or antibodies. The system, which was developed at the company’s Austrian subsidiary Schoeller-Bleckmann Medizintechnik (SBM), rounds out Bosch’s portfolio for pharmaceutical liquids. “Short time-to-market, high quality and cost efficiency are key for pharmaceutical manufacturers. Our new freeze dryer is not only energy efficient, but also offers short cycle times together with reliable product quality in large batches,” explains Annabel Madero, product manager at SBM. Its modular design makes the GMP-compliant freeze dryer suitable for the production of small batches for clinical trials, as well as for medium production batches.

  • Hycor® Rotoshear® PF Internally-Fed Rotating Perforated Plate Drum Screen

    Rotating drum screens with perforated plate screen media are the most successful solution for screening prior to an MBR system. Because Rotoshear® PF uses Rotoshear®’s base structure, it is the most reliable and highest capacity screen for an MBR plant.

  • Apprise® ERP Software

    Apprise ERP is designed to meet the needs of importers and distributors of consumer products. Apprise ERP includes tools and features that help retail suppliers manage and improve business-wide processes.

  • Recombinant Yeast Production

    Grifols has development and cGMP production capacity for recombinant proteins in yeast.

  • Digital Solutions For Firstline Workers

    Our services deliver clear business results.

     

WHITE PAPERS AND CASE STUDIES

  • Rethink Aseptic Filling To Meet Pharma’s Challenging Requirements

    Batch sizes required to manufacture therapies have grown smaller since the days of blockbuster medicines, challenging smaller pharma companies to change equipment and manufacturing processes.

  • Meet Aggressive Timelines By Simplifying Your Drug Delivery Supply Chain

    To meet an aggressive timeline with a lack of resources, Kaleido Biosciences had to consider an alternative yet efficient route for drug substance, drug product, and clinical trial packaging needs.

  • How Mobility Helped Mar Cor Grow

    When you’re aiming to guarantee technicians’ safety and build a stronger business, it’s important the information coming from the field is accurate and easy to collect. You don’t know what’s going on in the field without it, and your technicians have better things to do than filling out forms. So how do you collect and analyze detailed, complex data and apply it to support your technicians and your bottom line – without affecting efficiency in the field or in the office?

  • Improve Field Service Productivity With Mobile Forms

    Mobile technology has changed the way people do their jobs. Businesses engaged in field data collection are increasingly recognizing the importance of integrating mobile technology into field worker operations. Businesses who are still relying on paper-based manual processes face a number of productivity challenges

  • 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.

  • Enhancing Process Safety In The Pharmaceutical Industry

    This paper focuses on how to enhance a pharmaceutical production facility's process safety with a dynamic checkweighing system.

  • Pesado Goes Mobile, Saves Big.

    Psado's administrative side of the business also racked up high costs and collected field data was vulnerable to inaccuracies. To tighten its business processes, Pesado equipped its field techs with a mobile form solution on iOS devices. 

  • Electronic Packaging: Using EMI Material-Based Solutions

    It can be difficult when individual components could pass EMI testing but, as the components are combined into subsystems or into the final product, the DUT fails. Incorporating EMI shielding materials as part of an initial design is the most cost-effective way to prevent these last-minute issues during testing.

  • FlexRake Bar Screens At 24+ Sites Around Houston Were Unaffected By Hurricane Harvey

    Despite the destruction of Hurricane Harvey in August 2017, Duperon® wastewater screening systems in the cities of Cuero and Refugio, Texas – approximately 150 miles southwest of Houston – were virtually unaffected by the storm. Duperon’s FlexRake® bar screens, installed at both locations as well as dozens of other sites in and around Houston, remove objects like rags, paper, plastics, and metals to prevent damage and clogging of downstream treatment equipment. Both communities found essentially no damage to their wastewater screening equipment.

  • Solid Level Measurement In The Food And Beverage Industry

    How much product is in bulk storage systems? Many companies don't know because of inaccurate leveling instruments. Moden radar level instrumentation can help.

  • Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, & Pattern Recognition Help Indict Seven In Workers Compensation Case Involving $98 Million Being Fraudulently Billed

    On June 6, 2016, Riverside County District Attorney, Michael Hestrin, announced that seven people were indicted for insurance fraud and conspiracy for one of the largest workers’ compensation (healthcare) fraud investigations in the County. In two separate but related grand jury indictments, a result of a joint investigation by the Riverside County District Attorney's Office and the California Department of Insurance, $98 million was fraudulently billed, resulting in $12.4 million being paid by 18 insurance companies allegedly defrauded in this scheme. But that was no easy feat until smartC™ was introduced as one of the tools to help the prosecution.

NEWS

  • Wetlands, Crops Can Mitigate Storm Damage To Coastal Cities, Study Led By UAH Finds

    Coastal cities can be spared some wind destruction from intensifying hurricanes or tropical storm systems if they have functional wetland ecosystems and agricultural croplands in the area, according to new computer modeling research led by The University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAH).

  • Corkscrew Photons May Leave Behind A Spontaneous Twist

    Everything radiates. Whether it's a car door, a pair of shoes or the cover of a book, anything hotter than absolute zero (i.e., pretty much everything) is constantly shedding radiation in the form of photons, the quantum particles of light.

  • Nimo-KG Launches New Belt Lift: ‘Great Hygiene Benefits For The Food Industry’

    Better hygiene and easier maintenance. These are some of the benefits of Nimo-KG's new belt-driven lift. The company from Skåne, Sweden, designed the lift following requests from companies in several different industries and countries, including a major German manufacturer of process equipment for the food industry.

  • The Holy Grail Of Nanowire Production

    EPFL researchers have found a way to control and standardize the production of nanowires on silicon surfaces. This discovery could make it possible to grow nanowires on electronic platforms, with potential applications including the integration of nanolasers into electronic chips and improved energy conversion in solar panels.

  • New Algorithm Optimizes Quantum Computing Problem-Solving

    Tohoku University researchers have developed an algorithm that enhances the ability of a Canadian-designed quantum computer to more efficiently find the best solution for complicated problems, according to a study published in the journal Scientific Reports.