Bimeda® Enhances Global Quality While
Meeting Local Regulatory Compliance
Bimeda®, with its headquarters in
Bimeda® Utilizes QAD ERP Life Science Edition
QAD Enterprise Applications Life Science Edition helps enable Bimeda® to meet the stringent regulations required of life science manufacturers. The Life Science Edition supports critical quality requirements, including regulatory compliance and Device History/Electronic Batch Record requirements as well as providing a set of tools to support validation of Current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMP). QAD Enterprise Applications supports robust audit trails and eSignatures as mandated by regulators.
“QAD provided excellent service throughout the entire process that supported the rapid deployment of the core model of QAD Enterprise Applications for our
QAD Enterprise Applications delivers to Bimeda®:
“QAD Enterprise Applications are designed specifically to align business processes with the strategic objectives of global manufacturing companies,” said
More than 400 life sciences manufacturing sites in more than 60 countries around the world have deployed QAD Enterprise Applications. Companies ranging from start-ups to multinationals enjoy the simplicity, reliability and performance that QAD delivers.
For more information about QAD Enterprise Applications Life Sciences Edition, please visit: www.qad.com/erp/Life-Sciences/
Bimeda® is a global manufacturer and marketer of a variety of novel and generic animal health pharmaceutical product dosage forms produced in seven manufacturing plants in
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