Did You Know?

Did you know that most of the life science companies analyzed in a recent report* by the AberdeenGroup could not be categorized as Best-in-Class manufacturers?

According to a recent AberdeenGroup report, life science companies face pressures that "typical" manufacturers do not. These pressures include "complying with government regulation and providing traceability in their operations." Because of these pressures, life science companies often stand at a mediocre level in terms of first pass yields, overall yields, and DPMOs (defects per million opportunities).

How can life science manufacturers become Best-in-Class manufacturers and still stay at the forefront of regulatory compliance and transparent traceability?

The AberdeenGroup report analyzes the strategic actions, industry capabilities, interoperability, and usage of technology enablers within the life science industries and recommends--explicitly or implicitly--paths toward improvement.

* According to the study, "169...companies identifying themselves as Life Sciences manufacturers," were analyzed during May-June 2008.

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AberdeenGroup Report:
The Cost of Quality - A Study on Life Sciences
The The Cost of Quality: A Study on Life Sciences

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