Consulting Services

Begin with the End in Mind

Somewhere between concept and delivery, many good software ideas lose sight of the most important principle of providing value as perceived by the customer. Delivering relevant technology-driven solutions that provide demonstrated and sustained business advantages for customers is a rock-solid approach.

Information technologies should be evaluated and employed based on their relevancy and ability to provide sustained business advantages, and not just on technical innovations created by the software vendor.

Robust and reliable technologies are then embedded into the overall solution, to deliver the greatest return. Industrial Lab Automation provides a suite of tailored services designed to develop an application management strategy to meet your laboratory informatics requirements from beginning to end.
We assist clients with:

✓ Creating an integrated manufacturing and laboratory roadmap

✓ Re-defining ERP, MES and CAPA laboratory integration strategies

✓ Developing a value-driven process for evaluating software investments

✓ Developing 21CFR Part 11/GLP/GMP/GAMP5/REACH compliance GAP analysis projects

✓ Developing a cost-effective Request For Information/Proposal (RFI/RFP) process

✓ Creating RFI/RFP and simplify vendor selection processes

✓ Second opinion services, to measure the effectiveness of LIMS implementations.

✓ Vendor-neutral impact analysis between an upgrade or a migration project.

✓ Strategies to migrate batch-oriented off-line processes to a continuous driven process.

✓ Decreasing laboratory applications portfolio strategies and simplify

✓ Filter cloud computing and SaaS hype and propose working strategies

✓ Defining strategies to adopt Product Life Cycle strategies (PLM)

✓ Advice on when to use LIMS and or an Electronic Lab Notebook (ELN)?

✓ Second opinion services to advise when TO upgrade or NOT TO upgrade legacy software.

✓ Exploring how to decrease maintenance costs for laboratory software

See the Big Picture

Today’s significant social and technological breakthroughs will require a fundamental rethink and redesign of how companies integrate offline testing methods, performed in their laboratories. Efficiency and lower operational costs across the manufacturing value chain require platforms that are built by common engineering teams using common application infrastructures.

These platforms are based on common database schema’s, to harmonize security validation efforts. Digi-normalization will be entering the enterprise sooner than anticipated. The software industry is creating superb technology breakthroughs, but lagging behind when it comes to translating these technology innovations into viable economic business solutions. Industrial Lab Automation advises how these information technologies, can be deployed effectively, to provide sustained operational benefits.