Category Archives: Process Reengineering

Going paperless II – Human Factor is key for a successful digital transformation

A digital transformation endeavour should not be considered different than any other when it comes to set the good foundation of a project. Even though very specific technical skills are required to identify the best “fit to purpose” tools to manage the data of your processes, this should not affect the way to initiate this project. A Digital Transformation project should challenge the status quo In our previous article, we were setting the stage and mentioning the need to clarify Read More...

Going paperless: where to start with your digital transformation project?

Today life is made of digital activities and interactions all day long. However, our laboratory processes have still a long way to become paperless and take advantage of the benefits in digitalizing the lab processes along the whole data lifecycle. This article provides some guidance on the concept and how to start a digital transformation project efficiently. From paper to digital – the change Our daily activities are now based on digital systems. We are reading newspapers, books, articles (like this Read More...

R&D Process reengineering at FAES FARMA

COLLABORATION FAES FARMA and NL42: BUSINESS PROCESS RE-ENGINEERING PROJECT IN THE R&D DEPARTMENT  Faes Farma, a Spanish pharmaceutical company founded in 1933, with a strong presence in Spain and Portugal and a growing international presence, currently totalling 45 countries and exporting raw materials and finished pharmaceutical products to more than 60 countries. As a result of its commitment to pharmaceutical research, Faes Farma can highlight the recent launch of an antihistamine molecule –Bilastine-, commercialised in Spain since 2011, currently marketed in Read More...