Rockwell Automation teams with IBM to aid life science compliance

Rockwell Automation is working with IBM Health Care and Life Sciences to deliver manufacturing technology and expertise as part of the IBM Value-Driven Compliance Solutions framework.

07/14/2005


Rockwell Automation is working with IBM Health Care and Life Sciences to deliver manufacturing technology and expertise as part of the IBM Value-Driven Compliance Solutions framework.

IBM’s Value-Driven Compliance Solutions framework is an initiative designed to help pharmaceutical companies improve manufacturing efficiencies, comply with systems-based regulations and increase top-line growth. IBM is teaming with solution providers, including Rockwell Automation, to transform the development, manufacturing, and supply chain asset base of large pharmaceutical and bio-tech manufacturers from a process-based to a science-based approach. This science-based approach helps manufacturers comply with government regulations by focusing on designing quality into the manufacturing process as opposed to post-manufacturing inspection.

Rockwell Automation, IBM, and other partners have demonstrated how life sciences manufacturers can integrate information to identify revenue opportunities and cost efficiencies in a real-time manufacturing environment.

For more information about Rockwell Automation’s activities in the life sciences industries, click here .

—David Greenfield, editorial director, Control Engineering, dgreenfield@reedbusiness.com





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