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Life Science Contract Manufacturing Gains Predictable On-Time Production with TraceLink's Production Tracking Solution
Date:5/4/2010

Virtual manufacturing teams in life science companies and their contract partners can now ensure on-time production, gain visibility to production milestones and accelerate the entire manufacturing lifecycle with the new Production Tracking solution from TraceLink. With this cloud-based solution, team members can collaborate on production orders and track their progress from purchase order initiation through to final product delivery.

Woburn, MA (PRWEB) May 4, 2010 -- The new Production Tracking solution by TraceLink helps virtual production teams seeking to drive outsourced manufacturing collaboration and improve production life cycle visibility. Finally, pharmaceutical, biopharmaceutical and medical device / equipment companies can partner with their contract manufacturers (CMOs) and packagers (CPOs) to create a common view of production status through Production Tracking’s planning and execution capabilities.

With Production Tracking, life science companies and their contract partners can:

 

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