Once upon a time, in a land far far away (well, in the midwestern USA), there was a printer who was anxiously awaiting the final decision of a potential client. If things went well, this would be their biggest deal to date.
Developing pharmaceutical packaging can feel as complicated and lengthy of a process as developing the product itself. If left without logical structure, this process quickly becomes vulnerable to inconsistencies and human limitations that can slow down workflows, cause unnecessary reworks, and put companies at risk of a recall. The good news: implementing standardized processes and leveraging automation can protect companies from these vulnerabilities and accelerate their existing workflows.