CAPA in the Age of Generative AI

Generative AI can revolutionize different processes in your business thanks to its many advantages. Once implemented, it can make your business more efficient, productive, and sustainable. Let’s go over some of its advantages:

How the use of AI is impacting life sciences manufacturing

The digital evolution of life sciences has opened the door to the implementation of advanced technologies. They are already revolutionizing how companies develop, manufacture and deliver products into the hands of clinicians and patients. Today, 45% of life sciences companies’ technology investments are made in three analytics-related technologies – applied AI, industrialized machine learning (ML),...

4 steps to speed value and minimize risk when deploying AI in quality management

While leveraging generative AI in BioPharma and MedTech manufacturing in a heavily regulated environment presents its challenges, there are ways manufacturers can minimize risk and maximize compliance.  Here are four critical steps to take when preparing for the use of generative AI within your eQMS to enhance enterprise-wide quality management.  1. Be strategic with structure...

5 ways AI will change the life science industry

Artificial Intelligence (AI) has revolutionized many industries, and the life science industry is no exception. AI will change the way we discover, develop, and deliver healthcare. Here are five ways AI will change the life science industry: 1. Drug Discovery Drug discovery is a complex and expensive process that involves identifying potential drug targets, designing...

6 Steps to Overcome Cloud Migration Challenges

While 40% of life sciences executives said they “always or usually run into unexpected complications during cloud migration initiatives” (the highest of all industries surveyed), it is a fallacy to believe the process must be complex and costly.  Thorough planning and strategizing in collaboration with an experienced cloud QMS solution provider team eliminates issues downstream...

Key factors that drive a successful eQMS transition

Transitioning to an eQMS opens the door for greater visibility and control over quality enterprise-wide and the ability to digitize previously manual processes for greater efficiency and accuracy. So, what factors must you take into consideration when making the move? 

Top 6 Necessities You Need From Your eQMS Solution

Here are the eQMS features and benefits that you can’t go without in today’s complex and challenging business and regulatory environment.  

Top 5 Life Sciences Technology Trends to Watch in 2023

To build greater resiliency into their supply chains, life sciences manufacturers need visibility into their suppliers’ operations so they can monitor the quality of their processes and materials. But 60% of life sciences supply chain executives struggle to get real-time inventory and visibility from external manufacturing partners, according to research from Accenture. To overcome these challenges and gain greater control over their supply chains, life science manufacturers are deploying quality management software that extends out to suppliers. With real-time visibility into supplier activities, manufacturers can proactively pivot when issues arise to mitigate risk and maintain manufacturing continuity.