Optimizing Standardization As Part Of A Global Multi Site Rollout.

July 18, 2017 4:19 pm | Posted by Sheila Cotter

4 key areas where a change in approach will lead to real efficiencies.

The current expansion of MES projects within the life science industry has led to a number of challenges with regard to multisite concurrent rollouts – not least the global lack of experienced MES resources.

In relation to deployment models alone, traditional methods of execution can take a number of years to complete.

In his latest article, Paul Murray, Director of MES (MBR Factory) explains how standardization can be executed most efficiently in the four key stages of a global multi site concurrent MES roll out.


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