Armanino Unveils New Life Sciences Solutions
SAN RAMON, CA: Armanino, an integrated audit, tax, consulting and technology services, unveils the Armanino’s Life Sciences Industries for Microsoft Dynamics AX, to deliver a holistic ERP solution. Armanino’s Life Sciences solution helps life sciences businesses streamline and manage their specialized operations and processes, so they can be more agile, efficient and profitable.
The Life Sciences solution adheres to the FDA an`d government compliance requirements to help companies, which are contended with supply chain and regulatory requirements. As the Life science landscape is focused on reducing the time to market the products, Armanino’s solution manages all the three modes of manufacturing–process, discrete and lean in one single solution.
Armanino brings a track record of Unique Device Identification to support FDA labeling requirements and also stores these records in a Global Unique Device Identification Database (GUDID) database. The solution also enables compliance with Sunshine Act, 21 CFR Part 11 electronic records and signature and Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA). With increased vendor visibility and collaboration through data sharing and integration options, Armanino eliminates data redundancy to gain control over their supply chain.
To ensure accurate financial statements and meaningful results the company leveraging the on-conformance report (NCR) or a corrective and preventive action (CAPA) and respond quickly to the product quality risks and customer complaints. Managing calibration of the equipments is considered critical in the product quality testing, Armanino’s Life Sciences solution performs testing through the quality table, which consists of a set of customized pass or fail criteria and frequency.
“For organizations from early stage, R&D companies to established life sciences manufacturers, Armanino’s Life Sciences Industries solution delivers the assurance of an industry-specific consolidated system and the efficiency of a consolidated technology footprint,” says Jeff Russell, Armanino’s Industry Director.
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