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The MENA Pharma Market: Getting Ready for M&A Activity

Preparing for M&A Activity

With continued and accelerating growth, the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region has become a major player in the global pharmaceutical market. Increasing demand for healthcare services and a growing population have driven strong growth, and a focus on local investment and development has accelerated the industry’s maturation. As the sector continues to mature,

Automated SOPs and a Training Management System: The Yin and Yang of Quality Management

Together - SOPs and Training Management

Generally, one plus one equals two, but from our experience with our customers, sometimes it can add up to a lot more. Investing in an automated system for managing Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) is often one of the first steps growing pharma companies make as they start to build an electronic Quality Management System. That

Beyond Compliance: How a Training Module Optimizes Quality

Training Management in QMS

Compliance with industry regulations is often the focal point in discussions about quality management systems (QMS). That’s not surprising since adherence to standards and regulations is an existential issue for any pharma company. However, another element of QMS systems that deserves more attention is how a complete QMS can drive teams to very high levels

Scigeniq Celebrates Rapid Growth, New Customers and Record Results

Scigeniq announces Q2, Q3 results

Dubai, UAE – October 3, 2023: Scigeniq, a provider of advisory services and software applications, announces continued rapid growth in the second and third quarters of 2023, adding to its product portfolio and dramatically expanding its customer base in the MENA region as well as Brazil.   In recent comments, Jawad Kamal, the CEO of

Preparing for Electronic Batch Records: A “To Do” List for Quality Managers

Preparing for Electronic Batch Records: A “To Do” List for Quality Managers

Quality and manufacturing managers know that a method for documenting and reviewing accurate batch records is the single most important element in a pharmaceutical manufacturing and quality process. That’s because, without accurate batch records, even a well-designed quality system will be vulnerable to audit findings and warning letters. After all, nobody wants to receive a

EBR and QMS Integration: Unlocking the Power of Detective Work in Pharmaceutical Manufacturing

EBR and QMS as a detective

Electronic Batch Records (EBRs) occupy a unique position in the complex world of pharmaceutical manufacturing, bridging the realms of Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES) and quality management and compliance systems. Traditionally viewed as records of production activities, EBRs have evolved into much more than mere documentation. They embody instructions, standard operating procedures (SOPs), recipes, and records,

Electronic Batch Records: A Crucial Link in Your Quality Management System

EBR Webinar Summary

If you manage your batch records using a manual process, you know how time-consuming and challenging it can be. Electronic batch records systems are designed to make it easier to manage batch records, ensuring your products are of the highest quality and are compliant with regulations.  We tackled the topic of electronic batch records in

4 Step Action Plan for Digital Transformation in Mid-Sized Pharma

digital transformation action plan

Digital Transformation is a very broad concept, but at its core it means leveraging computers and other digital technologies to fundamentally change the way a business operates. A simple example…Uber transformed the taxi industry by combining a mobile application for users, a digital dispatching system and a digital payments model.  For Pharma companies, digital transformation

Meet My New Superhero: The Quality Manager

Quality Manager - Super Hero

I recently met with a Scigeniq customer – I will call her Tara – and she made a profound impression on me. She personified everything I find so amazing about the people who manage quality in pharma companies. Tara is the quality manager for a pharma company. So, of course, she is responsible for designing,