Whitepaper: How an integrated development platform can meet the needs of both analytical development and QC teams
This whitepaper explains how an Integrated Development Platform can meet the needs of both analytical development and QC…
Analytical Development and QC teams are continually challenged to deliver results faster. However, in the absence of a modern informatics infrastructure, analytical teams can only manage their workload reactively and deal with problems retrospectively, which results in reduced agility and capacity. However, any initiative to address these problems by ‘going electronic’ needs to go further than simply replacing paper notebooks.
The development of a novel therapeutic requires tens of discrete and diverse analytical tests, both during processing and on the final material. Making effective development decisions relies on receiving timely results, but this is severely constrained when the communication between process and analytical testing teams is based on exchanging files via email.
A modern Integrated Development Platform will include built-in requesting capabilities, which provide laboratory managers with early insight into the workload coming their way so they can make more informed scheduling decisions. This results in better utilization of resources, not just people but also to reduce waste of costly materials and ensure expensive instruments are not sitting idle.
Analysts also receive far richer information about the samples they receive than is possible using typical requesting systems.