Accreditation is vitally important for service providers and calibration labs in every industry. Though voluntary, accreditation can often dictate the success of your business and your ability to maintain a steady stream of revenue.
For asset managers, the FDA and Form 483 can often seem like the boogeyman — just more real and with considerably higher consequences. Enduring and passing FDA audits are a regular part of your job, but they never get easier or less nerve-wracking.
Your organization’s success is dependent on the condition of your assets. To ensure smooth operations and complete compliance, you need an asset service provider that offers reliable service and the calibration capabilities your assets require.
As a service provider, you have the option to focus on field servicing, workshop servicing, or a combination of both. Each has its own benefits for your business growth, competitiveness, and servicing abilities — though some may be more lucrative, depending on your focus. If you’ve wondered which type of service is better for you and your business, read through the analysis we’ve created for field service vs workshop service below.
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Adherents Say These Services Reduce Costs, Decrease Response Times, and Increase Uptime By Gail Dutton See the original post on http://www.genengnews.com Are lab asset management services worth their salt? Millennium Pharmaceuticals( mlnm.com) thinks so. A two-year relationship with Thermo Fisher Scientific ( www.thermo.com) has trimmed its annual multimillion-dollar maintenance budget by 15–20% compared to what it would have paid the original equipment manufacturer (OEM), according to Jack Parker, associate director of asset management. Such cost savings tend only to accrue during the first three years of any lab asset management program, though. GE Healthcare (www.gehealthcare.com), with 10 years experience in healthcare asset management and multivendor service, says the greater benefit is increased service levels that result in more uptime.