Custom solutions for automatically managing material inventory, product orders, and work protocols.
Reduce waste and increase uptime by utilizing a Manufacturing Execution System (MES). PSC Biotech® MES engineers can design, validate and implement MES systems in regulatory compliance.
Benefits of Manufacturing Execution Systems
- Work order automation and maximized efficiency in deployment
- Production status of materials, intermediates, and final products
- Automated scheduling
- Equipment analytics
- Integration with company systems
- Tracking and tracing of materials and products
- Enterprise resource planning integration with real-time production data
- Quality assurance monitoring and data collection
Reach your goals with MES
- Validated Electronic Batch Records within production
- Release by exception
- Reduction in waste and work-in-progress
- Minimize lead time
- Improve throughput
- Synchronized global production
Life Science Expertise on Demand
What makes PSC Biotech® the partner of choice for leading life science companies? It’s our full-service approach to ensuring your facilities, equipment and processes meet regulations set by leading regulatory bodies. Access the full spectrum of software and service solutions your company needs to succeed. Contact a PSC expert today.
A Manufacturing Execution System (MES) smoothly integrates your plant Enterprise Resource Planning (EPR) and Process Controlling Systems (PCS) to manage your manufacturing resources. Paper-based processes are replaced as results are documented electronically.
An MES manages material inventory, product orders, and work protocols automatically. With proper implementation of MES, you can minimize downtime and maximize floor productivity in concert with optimizing synchronization across manufacturing plant sites. PSC Biotech® consultants include engineers trained in the design, validation and implementation of MES systems.
PSC Biotech® Industry Expertise
Pharmaceuticals, Personalized Medicine
Medical Devices, Biotechnology
Tissue Products, Cell and Gene Therapy
Food & Beverages, Homeopathic, Nutraceuticals
PSC Biotech® MES engineers follow the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) informational model set forth by the International Society of Automation (ISA) in the ISA-95 documentation, known as IEC/ISO 62264 internationally. With over 25 years of experience consulting for the life sciences, PSC Biotech® MES engineers also comply with FDA cGMP risk-based approaches and standards of validation. Whether you use a model-driven engineering approach to information technology for collecting and managing production, or you prefer process-oriented information technology, our engineers help you optimize and implement Manufacturing Execution Systems for the life sciences.
PSC Biotech® Manufacturing Execution Systems Experts tailor their expertise to your needs. Contact us to start the process of gaining a PSC Biotech® MES Engineer to design, validate, implement, or optimize your Manufacturing Execution System.
What Our Clients are Saying
“During the past year, our company has been working with PSC™ on various activities within the development and implementation of a new medical device product. PSC™ offers high quality services, and we can say that we have always been satisfied by their work.”
“The skillsets that PSC™ provides in regulatory support helped us overcome a large obstacle in particular. The regulatory support that we had from PSC™ was very independent and if we had an issue, PSC™ consultants were willing to work cross-functionally to meet our needs. No micromanaging required. Great communication. Minimal supervision. I don’t think we would have been as successful without them. The expertise and the connections we’ve created with PSC™ are beyond our expectations. I’ve never had that relationship with a company like I’ve had with PSC™. Just phenomenal! It made my life easier.”
“This is to certify that PSC Biotech® (PSC™) has done a good job for our company in the range of auditing and consultancy. Their work was remarkably distinguished as auditors. As consultants, their work was successfully handled and enabled based on the level of expertise of their team in the U.S. and abroad.”