VIDEO – Paper to an eBR App Suite: Simple Steps to Build Instant Digital Traceability from Tulip and Grantek
March 30, 2023
Grantek has released a new video. Paper to an eBR App Suite: Simple Steps to Build Instant Digital Traceability from Tulip and Grantek is available by clicking here. This video is your chance your chance to hear from Bryon Hayes, Director of Smart Manufacturing Solutions at Grantek, Florian Grabow, Head of Life Sciences Sales at Tulip and Bill Lorenz, a Life Sciences Manufacturing Industry Expert with 30+ Years of Experience.
Industry 4.0 is driving manufacturers across all industries to evolve from paper-based to digital operations. In this video Grantek and Tulip discuss how this transformation is especially critical for pharmaceutical manufacturers to balance regulatory issues with digitization.
• Manufacturing trends and the shift to digital.
• Barriers and opportunities for digitization in regulated industries.
• Achieving enhanced time to value.
• Simple steps to build agile operations.
• How to get started today with Tulip apps?
Tulip’s human-centric approach empowers those closest to operations to digitize their processes using their no-code app editor. This gives organizations and their teams the power to leverage their in-house process knowledge without extensive programming and IT resources, but has access controls that allow controlled environments such as GxP to govern who/how this can be done. Tulip, the leader in frontline operations, is helping companies of all sizes, across industries including pharmaceuticals, consumer packaged goods, industrial equipment, contract manufacturing, medical devices and others equip their frontline workforce – leading to improved productivity, higher quality, and increased efficiency. A spinoff out of MIT, the company is headquartered in Somerville, MA, with offices in Germany, and Hungary.
Grantek has been immersed in the life sciences, pharmaceutical, biopharmaceutical, and medical devices industries for over four decades, resulting in a deep understanding of the operations and regulatory requirements. We recognize the need for the industry to move away from standalone proprietary systems, which are difficult to maintain and may not provide the capabilities or information demanded to be compliant with today’s regulations.