Four ways to move to Manufacturing 4.0 while continuing to meet market demands
Posted on April 26, 2021 by Helena Graham
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In this recent article published on Digitally Cognizant, Bryan McSwiney, Technical Operations Director at Zenith Technologies, a Cognizant Company, in conjunction with Cognizant’s Ray Lockard, Life Sciences Manufacturing Senior Manager, and Madhukar Saboo, Associate Director of Business Development for Life Sciences, discuss four ways Life Science organizations can quickly and cost-effectively achieve Manufacturing 4.0 benefits while still getting treatments to market on time and safely.
The need to accelerate digital transformation of the Life Sciences industry has never been more prominent and Manufacturing 4.0 implementation has been at the top of everyone’s agenda for some time.
In this article we examine, from our experience of working with Life Sciences clients, four ways to move Manufacturing 4.0 into your strategy seamlessly, to ensure smarter and more flexible operations throughout investment and adoption. We discuss how carefully defining a business case, clarifying data requirements, standardising and reusing processes, and choosing an experienced and strategic business partner will help pave the way to successful Manufacturing 4.0 implementation, while meeting market demands of that current week or month.
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About the Author:
Bryan McSwiney, Technical Operations Director
In his role as Global Director of Technical Operations, Bryan leads the global business units within Zenith. Bryan has over 25 years’ experience in the Life Science sector and has worked with Zenith Technologies since 1999. Bryan has held a variety of roles over that timeframe across engineering, project management, sales and key account management, operations, country management and regional director and business P&L. A significant portion of Bryan’s career to date has been in an international environment where he previously led the Zenith market entry into Asia, where he was based prior to returning to Ireland to take up his current role.
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