WE MAKE YOUR PROJECT HAPPEN.

SAP Project Management.

Our Project Management approach is Agile. It is specifically designed to deliver quality and cost effective solutions on budget and on time. Our approach enables the Project Team to work with flexibility and helps to perform and cater for all your business requirements at all stages of SAP project from gathering, analysing, implementing and mapping requirements up to starting up and finalizing. We use success exit criteria to ensure customer satisfaction and cooperation. 

Computer System Validation.

Increased regulatory requirements demand an ever more complex Quality Management and comprehensive QM systems. The same often applies in case of a “Commitment to Excellence” for the successful differentiation from competitors. We support you competently in the accomplishment of your regulatory or individual quality objectives – with the aim of establishing lasting quality and a culture of continuous improvement within your enterprise.

 


SAP consulting Services.

We combine in-depth industry knowledge, technical know-how and unsurpassed delivery capabilities to drive breakthrough results for SAP implementations and enhancements. With  thorough and extensive experience we support full life cycle SAP projects but also improvements to existing implementations. From Project preparation and Business Blueprint to Realization, Final preparation and Go Live i2B experts will help your Organization to gather, analyse, design and map all Business requirements to SAP solutions. 

Serialization and track and trace

Counterfeit medicines are an enormous problem in many parts of the world. The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates the problem accounts for between 7% and 15% of all medicines circulated in developed countries. It is far worse in developing countries, where up to 25% of all medicines are likely to be falsified.

Serialization is the process of assigning and applying a unique identification code to a product during its packaging process. Aggregation defines the relationship between multiple items within a container, such as blisters, cartons, bundles, cases, and pallets.