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This article addresses the cost of quality in the industry and the role played by the MES platform in helping reduce these costs.
Digitisation makes operations more efficient, reduce errors and frees up time. Going paperless is the way forward and the MES you choose may prove to be a game-changer.
Predictive quality can prevent possible defects and can help predict recalls by combining AI, advanced analytics, design, production, supply-chain, and field data.
The benefits of having a cloud-based MES include reduced HW and SW infrastructure cost, automation of validation activities, and better change control preventing re-validation efforts.
Why the choice of your MES matters when it comes to meeting changing regulatory requirements and setting up a world-class QMS.
The constant need to deliver a near zero-defect production for every single lot produced is a challenge and requires the most modern tools possible to make quality management both precise and cost-effective.
For the global healthcare systems, the COVID pandemic was a major inflection point which shook the system to its core. It brought out an obvious weakness: the need to drastically transform and update current practices, procedures and equipment used to provide patient care. GE Healthcare published a report in June 2021 on the impact of … Continued
MedTech’s that are using M&A as a strategic initiative need to consider data management integration to achieve Industry 4.0 transformation.
In a digitized CAPA management system, actions and alarms are triggered automatically, and containment action may begin almost immediately once an event is detected.