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Regulated Industries

Life sciences industries, agri-food and consumer goods highly regulated and serialized, face parallel challenges such as safety and regulatory compliance of their products, but now coming to market faster with an appropriate cost and a differentiating quality.

Achieving quality approval by government or sectoral inspectors organisms is a sine qua non condition for access regulated markets. Knowledge of risk analysis and systems validation techniques is needed for testing requirements and to assist in implementation.

In the transfer of laboratory formulation in industrialization should ensure qualification from design to process execution and the product life cycle. Integrating engineering formulas and product specifications with the recipes and process settings is an advantage to reduce manufacturing time and time to market.

Manage the facilities ratings throughout time and advance the processes and production and logistics systems is now an essential strategy if you want to make a qualitative leap in efficiency and flexibility of the restrictions imposed by regulations. This requires the availability of tools for analysis and advanced process control.

Advance in operational excellence demand feasible but complex challenges in capturing, historicize and transmit large amount of data generated in industrial plants. It requires having the right tools for the presentation and data analysis to facilitate the decision and action of people in:

  • The management, programming and execution of production.
  • Efficiency improvement in resources consumption both materials and energy.

The regulated sectors in this area are:

  • Pharmaceutical.
  • Medical devices.
  • Biotechnology.
  • Cosmetics.
  • Food and Beverage.
  • Consumer Packaged Goods.