Life Sciences

Built for your industry

Whether you’re a developer, manufacturer or distributor of Life Sciences products we know that you face strict regulations, more so than any other industry today. The need to comply with national and international regulations requirements, combined with the need to be at the forefront of innovation leaves the Life Sciences industry facing numerous challenges.

 

 

Finding innovation in regulation

With the strict validation protocols in place, when it comes to implementing new software and undergoing process change, the challenges faced can heighten. That’s why we’ve worked to create an Accelerator package that can help improve your use of IFS Applications and increase success of your IFS implementation.

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Our Accelerator includes:

  • Validation Plan Template
  • Part 11 and GMP Samples
  • Project Management
  • Technical Consultancy
  • Automated Testing
  • Dispensing

IFS and Life Sciences

If you’re facing difficulties adhering to regulations, or you’re looking for a better way to deal with your complex business processes, IFS Applications offers a complete solution. IFS Applications offers a broad scope and deep functionality that can help you operate in your environment, helping control quality, improve traceability and adhere to high standards.

Cedar Bay Accelerator

With validation and regulatory requirements not always being built into the main project plan for ERP implementations, our Accelerator aims to help you reduce the time required to integrate these within the main project elements.

Discover more

To learn more about our Life Sciences Accelerator please download our Life Sciences brochure. Please take a look at our other resources to discover more ways we can help you succeed.

Any questions? Our team are always happy to help!

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