Posts Tagged ‘operations management system’

Best Practices for Implementing a Process Control Driven MES System

Posted in Life Sciences, Operations Management on Tuesday, August 21st, 2018. No comments yet
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Author: Jonathan Lustri I have previously been interviewed and written about a process control and MES [Manufacturing Execution Systems] architecture where the batch control logic within the process control system is the single procedural engine. It drives procedural logic and workflows executed by the MES system when called by the process control system. The benefit […]

Challenge of Designing PCS-Driven MES Architectures for a Greenfield Facility

Posted in Life Sciences, Operations Management on Monday, April 24th, 2017. No comments yet
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Author: Jonathan Lustri I have previously written about a design strategy where the process control system (PCS) is the primary system driving all procedural batch activity within a pharmaceutical process. In this architecture, the PCS ISA-88 procedural model must execute the both automated procedures and call the manufacturing execution system (MES) workflows to be executed […]

Deploying Syncade Manufacturing Execution System in a Non-English Language

Posted in Life Sciences, Operations Management on Thursday, April 7th, 2016. No comments yet
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Author: Jonathan Lustri I recently worked on a Syncade manufacturing execution system (MES) project where the system was deployed in Danish. Emerson executes all its projects with a global team and this one was no different. Our customer was Danish and we had team members from Denmark, the US, India, Romania, England, and France. In […]

Niche-Buster Medicine Information Solutions

Posted in Life Sciences, Operations Management on Wednesday, December 16th, 2015. No comments yet
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Author: Michalle Adkins We are seeing a trend in the life sciences industry moving away from blockbusters to niche busters, population based medicines and even to the extreme of personalized medicines. The Emerson Life Sciences consulting team recently had the opportunity to work with one of these emerging companies that is using a novel process […]

Data Integrity for Compliance, Audit Readiness and Performance

Posted in Life Sciences on Thursday, June 25th, 2015. No comments yet
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Pharmaceutical and biotech manufacturers have stringent regulatory compliance requirements. These requirements must balance with the need for improvement and optimization to run safely, efficiently, profitably and in line with the business and quality objectives. In a Pharma Bio World article, The Crossroads of Compliance, Audit Readiness, Profitability, and Data Integrity, Emerson’s Michalle Adkins opens: True […]