Data Management and Integration

Data Management From Batch Variable Data Through to Integration With ERP, MES, WMS and Manufacturing Operations Management Systems

At the speeds of production in modern manufacturing, assembly and packaging facilities, operations can only be optimized where data is managed centrally. Modern systems are creating operational data with connected devices and production equipment at an ever-increasing pace. 

Regulatory authorities are also mandating serialization and track & trace solutions that create the need for billions of unique bar codes as well as the printing, verification, storage, and transfer of those bar codes. Site audits by regulators show a demand for collection and storage of data with proof of its ALCOA data integrity approach across all stages of clinical, manufacturing and quality operations.

Faced with this data avalanche, multi-national manufacturers are partnering with CXV Global for their data management and integration expertise. Our solutions link from edge devices and line peripherals to full enterprise systems deployed across multiple lines and sites.
Our IT expertise in data management extends from batch variable data through to integration with ERP, MES, WMS and Manufacturing Operations Management systems in bi-directional data communications.

Enterprise Level Integration

Implementation and integration of Serialisation and Track & Trace technology to Enterprise IT systems to support:
• Work order & recipe management;
• Seamless data exchange between packaging lines and ERP, EPCIS, MES and warehouse management systems.

Line Level Integration

Design, configuration, and implementation of software to manage: 
• Real-time controls between your manufacturing, assembly, and packaging line devices/equipment and MES and SCADA systems;
• Batch variable data communications to cameras, printers, checkweighers and sensors.

Laboratory Data Integration

Beyond the manufacturing floor, masses of data are generated and shared in laboratory and clinical processes. Total Laboratory Automation (TLA) in clinical laboratories is achieved by designing, procuring, implementing, and integrating automation systems (devices, equipment, instruments, and robots) that perform specific tasks and methods. These islands of automation are then linked together to the LIMS and ELNs to support entire processes and workflows within the laboratory setting.

Validation and qualification activities and deliverables are incorporated into all stages to ensure delivery of the highest quality data management solution in accordance with GMP and GAMP5 standards.

R&D Automation Case Studies

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