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QAD Enterprise Applications Supports Emerging Requirements for Unique Device Identification for Medical Device Manufacturers
parts, machines and labor — involved in their manufacturing processes,” said Dave Medina, vice president of Life Sciences at QAD. “With QAD’s enhanced traceability framework, medical device makers capture real time data to meet the regulatory ...
QAD Enterprise Applications Supports Emerging Requirements for Unique Device Identification for Medical Device Manufacturers
--(BUSINESS WIRE ... including the items, parts, machines and labor — involved in their manufacturing processes,” said Dave Medina, vice president of Life Sciences at QAD. “With QAD’s enhanced traceability framework, medical device makers capture ...
QB3, partnership to open new, large life sciences incubator
QB3 and Dewey Land Co. Inc. expect to open a new life sciences incubator — about 24,000 ... The partnership is leasing the property, an industrial building that formerly housed a medical equipment manufacturer, from Dewey, and profits from the operation ...
Sigma-Aldrich's Management Presents at Citi 2013 Global Healthcare Conference (Transcript)
And then Lab ... old SAFC business. Here we provide critical raw materials and APIs and services to customers that are doing large scale-up. And those customers would include people buying industrial cell culture media, that's in our Life Science products ...
Developers are converting a former pharmaceutical factory into apartments
The three-story building is just west of St. Louis University and across the street from the CORTEX life sciences district ... Pfeiffer went out of business many years ago. A company that produced bumpers and other car parts occupied the former foot ...
Morning State News Briefs: State maple syrup harvest largest in 21 years
Wisconsin’s maple syrup harvest for this spring is the biggest in at least 21 years. The USDA said today that the Badger State made 265-thousand gallons of syrup this year. That’s five times as much as a year ago, when an early spring cut the sap ...