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Company Overview

We're operations research experts helping improve the quality, productivity, flexibility and manageability of the world's leading biomanufacturers. We provide a suite of enterprise software tools and services, developed to address your most significant biomanufacturing challenges.

Our Real-Time Modeling System consolidates supply chain and manufacturing operations data, allowing you and colleagues across the enterprise, to visualize that data. This feeds an accurate model of your process, and provides outcomes like quality by design (QbD), real-time scheduling, debottlenecking and more, across a facility, or a network of facilities around the world.

Our customers range from small, through to the largest biomanufacturers in the world. We deliver improved quality, productivity, flexibility and manageability at these firms, ultimately helping them achieve real biomanufacturing excellence. We can do the same for you.

Upcoming Events

Optimizing The Biomanufacturing Digital Enterprise

Where: Webinar
When: July 24, 2014

Process data is essential to optimization of the manufacturing process and its associated profitability. However, current data stores in biomanufacturing facilities are solitary 'islands of data' that are integrated as needed to ensure continuity of execution. This does little to address broader questions a decision maker may have, and can create rigid business processes and convoluted IT landscapes. What is needed is a way to bind those existing systems to the internal process knowledge of the organization, rather than re-actively connect systems as required for key decision points.
In this BioCast, Dr. Rick Johnston and Dr. Bob Dvorak discuss the current landscape for biomanufacturing automation systems, data historians, document control and manufacturing systems. They focus on defining the full scope of product data in order to make it more cross-functional and improve the context around the manufacturing process. This approach avoids data duplication and 'warehousing' of data, while increasing the visibility of and access to data. The end goal of such a digital enterprise is to enable key decisions about what to make, how to make it, and how to address unanticipated events when they happen.

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