Recording batch data is an essential part of the pharmaceutical manufacturing process. However, the wealth of information generated by each batch is traditionally collected using paper-based workflows, which are inherently resource intensive, time consuming and can negatively impact the time-to-market for new therapeutics. As such, pharmaceutical manufacturers are increasingly turning to paperless EBR solutions to eliminate these challenges.

In the webinar titled “Paper to EBR in 9 Months: How a Strong Collaboration Leads to Project Success,” Bryan Beck, Vice President for Automation and Information Technology at Nephron Pharmaceuticals, will discuss the following topics:

· Why Nephron implemented an EBR Platform

· How the collaborative approach to expedited implementation resulted in an EBR Platform with a user-friendly and configurable design

· How the implementation of Lonza’s MODA-ES™ EBR Platform at Nephron has enabled compliance with regulatory requirements while driving growth and operational efficiency

Paper to EBR in 9 Months: How a...

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By registering interest in the webinar, participants will also receive a link once it is available to view the webinar “on demand” via the Lonza website.

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