Equipment and Processing Report, May 19, 2010 - Pharmaceutical Technology

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Equipment and Processing Report, May 19, 2010
Production Lines
Online Process Monitoring Can Satisfy Patients and Regulators
By Erik Greb
Online process monitoring could help companies achieve the dual goals of ensuring high end-product quality and satisfying regulatory demands.
In the Mixer
Using Strategic Data Management to Boost Efficiency
By Gregory T. Plante
Life-sciences companies spend proportionally more resources on information technology and get less in return on their investment than companies in other industries. The poor return on investment partly results from regulatory costs that are unique to the pharmaceutical industry, but also stems from a failure to manage data strategically.
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May 2010 Editor's Picks: Products from ATMI and SciLog
PharmTech's monthly newsletter, Equipment and Processing Report, reviews the Editor's Picks for the May 2010 edition from ATMI and SciLog.

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