The system, Aizon Unify, has been designed to provided a compliant digital platform for monitoring, analysis and optimisation of all stages in the development and manufacturing processes for biopharmaceuticals
Previously called Bigfinite, US-based Aizon has launched its new GxP compliant data aggregation, governance, and visualisation solution for pharmaceutical manufacturers.
The system, Aizon Unify, provides a compliant digital platform for monitoring, analysis and optimisation of all stages in the development and manufacturing processes for the biopharmaceutical industry. Ideal for organisations just starting their digital transformation journey, Aizon Unify enables seamless information sharing between people, machines and sensors – driving higher profitability through real-time analysis, greater business insights and process optimisations.
The pharmaceutical industry is undergoing a massive transformation that is impacting the way drugs and vaccines are manufactured. Increased competition and an enhanced regulatory landscape are forcing drug companies to eliminate waste, create efficiencies and optimise existing processes.
Data and digital transformation are driving these initiatives – giving manufacturers unparalleled visibility into manufacturing processes.
However, there are literally thousands of parameters and factors that go into making a consistent product--and these data sets are created, stored and consumed in distinct silos with little integration between them. The ability to seamlessly and efficiently capture and monitor disparate data from across the organization and turn it into actionable information is critical.
Aizon Unify utilises GxP compliant IoT software to begin collecting data within a few hours and provides data visibility and control without the need for extensive programming and months of development, helping manufacturers achieve the 'Connected Plant'.
"Pharmaceutical manufacturers face a daunting challenge as they look to upgrade and automate the manual processes that have run their businesses for decades," said Aizon CEO, John Vitalie. "Manufacturers just starting their digital transformation journey first need to get access to siloed data and then combine the data to use key insights to make it actionable. Our goal at Aizon is to give them a tangible starting point to use a greater variety of data to streamline operations through automation, improve yield and enhance product quality."
Previously called Bigfinite, in October 2020, the AI and machine learning company announced that it has changed its corporate name to Aizon.