“The United States faces persistent and increasingly sophisticated malicious cyber campaigns that threaten the public sector, the private sector, and ultimately the American people’s security and privacy,” begins the May 2021 presidential executive order on improving the nation’s cybersecurity. Recent crippling cyberattacks on the Colonial pipeline and JBS Foods, and the SolarWinds and Microsoft Exchange hacks, among others, have painfully highlighted the fragility of the information and operational technologies on which the modern world so heavily relies.
By: Sandra K. Rodriguez, Senior Industry Analyst and Daniel R. Matlis, President
Dassault Systèmes continued to articulate its interconnected
Life-Science vision at the 2021 Analyst conference.
“In the experience economy, business science and innovation
are all about relationships,” said Bernard Charlès, Vice Chairman, Chief
Executive Officer at Dassault Systèmes. “The real phenomenon of the platform is
about building an interconnected continuous interactive loop with your value
chain from design to user experience,” he added.
“We are not talking about upstream and downstream
applications anymore, it’s a continuous flow of imagine, create, produce,
advocate, value and use,” said Charlès.
While Axendia does not believe in force ranking vendors because there is no BEST (see: Who is the Best Technology Vendor?), Dassault Systèmes executives were the first to articulate their avant-garde vision to support the Life-Science value network from end to end. This vision is backed by an impressive offering portfolio aimed at providing an interconnected and continuous interactive platform that supports the Life-Science value network from end to end.
IBM and Fraunhofer Unveil Fastest Quantum Computer in Europe – Event Brief
By: Eric M. Luyer, Industry Research Analyst Axendia Inc.
Axendia Inc. was present on 15-JUN-2021 at the official inauguration of the first IBM Quantum Computer in Europe by IBM and the Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft. The setting was a compact virtual live event with highly distinguished guest speakers: Dr. Angela Merkel – German Chancellor, Dr. Arvind Krishna – CEO and Chairman IBM, Prof. Dr. Reimund Neugebauer – President of the Fraunhofer – Gesellschaft e.V. as well as various representatives of large industries such as Trumpf, Bosch, BASF, BMW and others.
was recently briefed by Mike Jovanis, vice president of Vault Quality and Kent
Malmros, senior director of Vault Training at Veeva Systems. Veeva
Systems (www.veeva.com) is a cloud computing company focused on the
pharmaceutical and life sciences industry.
Veeva Vault Quality customers continue to increase in numbers and now include 14 of the top 20 largest pharmaceutical companies. Leading companies around the world are adopting a cloud culture to lower the cost of implementation and ownership, enable collaboration with external partners, and simplify business processes. To date, more than 175 biopharma, contract manufacturers, generics, and medtech companies, have adopted Vault QMS to streamline and automate quality processes. “As a trusted partner, Veeva has been collaborating closely with life sciences companies globally on their digital quality initiatives,” said Mike Jovanis, vice president, Veeva Vault Quality. “We are committed to customer success and will continue to deliver customer-focused innovation across product development and manufacturing.”
The team at Amgen’s Juncos, Puerto Rico facility successfully implemented and validated the first AI-enabled visual inspection system in a production line. Hear directly from Amgen’s Jorge Delgado, Process Development Scientific Director and Manuel Soto, Senior Process Development Scientist.
We discuss the differences between AI, Machine Learning and Deep Learning, as well as demonstrating proof of concept and implementing the technology in a GMP environment.
Hear the incredible benefits achieved and much more in this “Straight from the Source” webinar.