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App Note: PAT success

Posted: 22 January 2015 |

Read how CAMO Software is working in the PAT (Process Analytical Technology) space to offer customers market leading software solutions for PAT applications…

PAT (Process Analytical Technology) is a tool within the QbD (Quality by Design) toolbox enabling real-time quality assurance. However the use of PAT is still not standard within the life sciences. The reasons may be many but typical explanations are that it is too time consuming, too costly, or there is simply no proof that it will benefit the operations. The premise for any PAT implementation is that it has to benefit the operations in an efficient and economically meaningful way.

The two fundamental requirements for successful PAT projects are relevant and cost effective tools in, addition to a justified business case. CAMO Software is working in this space to offer customers market leading software solutions for PAT applications.

The Unscrambler X is regarded as the best tool for analysis of historical PAT data with its wide selection of Chemometrics methods and intuitive user interface. CAMO also offers Process Pulse, which makes using Unscrambler models in online PAT applications easy. Process Pulse is scalable from the single user in a local laboratory to the fully connected enterprise version for the entire organization.

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