Have you ever asked yourself if you have the necessary IT infrastructure that allows your business to identify opportunities for growth? Today, in the highly competitive Life Sciences and Food & Beverage industries, remaining compliant while optimizing your manufacturing process to meet the demand is a tough challenge.
Investing in the right people, processes and technology can enable you to effectively sidestep some of the challenges while keeping you focused on the long-term goal.
So how can FDA regulated organizations use technology to manage the challenges in this complex and ever-changing environment?
Everyone’s heard of it. We all use it in some way. But how do you define it?
Many think of “the cloud” as an abstract invisible place up in the sky – but in reality it is just a type of computing where individuals and devices rely on a third party to manage their data and computer processing through the internet. Instead of all the computer hardware and software sitting on your desktop or somewhere inside your company’s network, this is now provided as a service over the internet.
When it comes to managing IT for your business, you can never have too much help.
The shift to the cloud and outsourced IT functions (and even entire IT departments) has massively increased over the past several years. Executives now expect even higher productivity – at lower costs – from their IT investments. They are determined to find ways that will enable the organization to get out of the Data Center business and instead focus on their core competencies and strategic goals.
An enterprise resource planning (ERP) system is a major proposition for any organization. In addition to the monetary investment and maintenance, there are also costs in terms of dedicated resources and time. A new solution is not deployed overnight and all too often we hear about failed ERP implementations.