Article in Pharmaceutical Processing Magazine

By Romuald Braun

For too long, operational information has existed chiefly as the preserve of discrete functions of a company gathered in a particular way by designated people, and geared to a specific purpose, managed by a particular system. Each finite information management project may have delivered its intended results successfully, via each respective bespoke or best-of-breed solution, but ultimately the organization will have spent more than it needed to—only to arrive at a knowledge bank with finite application.