From the start-up through the production, Life Sciences company depends on the validated FDA-compliant software applications and the quality systems to support the operations.
FREMONT, CA: The qualified infrastructure needs to run those applications effortlessly is technologically complex, needing careful design, planning, and support from the IT teams to achieve and maintain regulatory compliance. Life Science leaders depend on the technology experts to manage the infrastructure foundation so that they can retain focus on research and production.
Proven Software, Diverse Platforms
The exacting, regulated business of producing drugs, medical devices, and other biotech products needs proven validated software and qualified computer systems. Applications that calibrate with laboratory equipment maintain a consistent manufacturing environment, track the documentation, and much more offer the control and process foundation for each Life Sciences company.
Unfortunately, there is a massive variation in the technical needs of the many best-of-breed biotech applications typical these days. Many were developed for an on-premise deployment, while they recently developed applications that are mostly to be cloud-ready. Regardless of their technology, they do not have to coexist—seamlessly.
Function First, Technology Second
To support the operations in a Life Sciences company, the functionality is way more important than the technological platform. Applications should have a proven track record—utilized by the companies that have successfully participated in the FDA approval process.
The infrastructure and tech support need to run the applications is secondary but still, a critical consideration, which is the reason why Life Sciences companies seek out to the technology experts—professionals that have already navigated the complexities of the industry's leading software and understand the infrastructure needs of FDA- regulated operations.
Cloud Options to Fit Industry Needs
Today's market provides a variety of cloud deployment options, needing guidance from specialists immersed in the changing technologies. Technology experts will evaluate the options—whether public, on-premise, or hybrid—to design infrastructures that meet their corresponding validation processes. Cloud environments support seamless management for the combination of traditional on-premise software and cloud-based software applications preferred by Life Sciences companies.