Posted by Mercy Ehrler in Life Sciences on May 3, 2018
Perspectives and lessons learned from global life science leaders who are using eProcurement to stay ahead of the research curve. As a researcher, your main objective is to make impactful scientific discoveries that can improve the quality of peoples’ lives. After all, this is why many go into the sciences in the first place—to change […]
Posted by JAGGAER Staff in eProcurement / Life Sciences on September 5, 2017
Acquiring and managing chemicals and other materials for research is a highly regulated venture subject to a level of scrutiny seldom seen outside this industry. Many items required for research pose health, security and environmental risks. Ensuring OSHA, Department of Homeland Security, and DEA compliance for these items requires oversight of the purchasing process to […]
Posted by JAGGAER Staff in Life Sciences on January 16, 2017
In the field of biotechnology commercialization, delays in purchasing can delay getting treatments to patients who can benefit from the latest therapeutic advancements.
Posted by JAGGAER Staff in Life Sciences on September 19, 2016
Pharmaceutical companies — particularly in the research environment – face a number of challenges and complications when it comes to procuring ingredients, chemicals, reagents or other bulk materials. These include: Acquiring materials, moving them to the right facilities and tracking them as they are consumed Ensuring accurate, real-time information regarding materials already on-hand Providing specialized […]