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Content Packages Accelerate MBR Creation

Pharmaceutical Technology
Volume 38, Issue 2, pp. 12
Werum Software & Systems has expanded its PAS-X content packages with PAS-X MBR Design Elements content packages. The PAS-X MBR Design Elements Content Packages accelerate the creation of master batch records (MBRs) and help to assure higher quality MBR design in the configured system. The MBR Design Elements are templates for the creation of MBRs for specific processes in pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical production such as granulation, IPC testing, or reconciliation. The Design Elements focus on the most efficient use of PAS-X functionality MBR, and are designed to operate with with PAS-X manufacturing execution system software. They are part of specific libraries available for all major manufacturing types, such as solids, liquids, and packaging. In addition, Uiversal Elements cover general processes that are not related to specific manufacturing types. The content packages provide a framework for standardizing processes within or between different plants.

Werum Software & Systems AG


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