How can PLM enable medical device companies to streamline engineering and create digital continuity with a cohesive medical device digital thread? What should they look for in a PLM solution to improve closed-loop quality and patient outcomes while meeting complex, regional compliance demands? This eBook takes a deeper dive into the data from our original, cross-industry digital thread study to
Effective Tech Transfer is crucial to delivering innovative products to market. Can companies improve Tech Transfer through the use of digital data, processes, and technology? We surveyed over 200 companies to find out. Please enjoy the summary below. For the full report, please visit our sponsor BIOVIA Dassault Systems (registration required). Improve Tech Transfer, Improve Profitability
What should Life Sciences companies look for in a solution to help them simultaneously improve profitability and patient outcomes using remote device monitoring via the IoT? Our new Improving Service Performance and Patient Outcomes with Remote Monitoring Buyer’s Guide helps Life Sciences companies understand the business and social value of monitoring equipment with the IoT.
What should Life Sciences Companies look for in a solution to transform service using IoT remote monitoring? Tech-Clarity’s Jim Brown and PTC’s Anthony Moffa will share recent research and industry experience on this Medical Design & Outsourcing webcast, How to Select a Remote Monitoring Solution to Transform Your Service Model. The webcast will cover how
Tech-Clarity research shows that the majority of manufacturers believe that digitalization is important or critical to achieving their business strategy (see figure). Over one-third say that it’s critical. Digitalization in medical device design and manufacturing has significant promise, but what does it actually mean? Medical device companies, already struggling with how to address critical initiatives
Tech-Clarity’s new report Quality Risk Management in Life Sciences: Preventing Failures, Protecting Patient Health reviews manufacturers’ experiences in using Quality Risk Management (QRM) to proactively reduce risk in the Life Sciences industries. Explains how QRM software can be used to efficiently manage risk by sharing quality knowledge across the enterprise and closing the loop on product