What does the Pharma Industry say about Atachi NGIMES The Manufacturing Systems (MES) for Pharmaceutical market report covers the key trends overseeing the industry growth across the regional contributors. It provides insights about the restraints as well as opportunities to assist in better decision making and execute further business expansion. The study also delves into the ever-changing competitive scenario by profiling the leading industry players. Furthermore, it covers the latest developments, comprising the COVID-19 pandemic,
A distinguished panel comprising of CEOs, CIOs, CMOs, VCs, analysts and the CIO Review editorial board has selected top players from over a thousand companies. Select companies who made this privileged list were evaluated on their company’s offerings, core competency, news/press releases, client testimonials, milestones and other recognitions. Atachi Software Systems is proud to be selected as one of the Pharma and Life Solution Providers by CIO Reveiw India.  Atachi NGIMES provides the complete End-to-End solutions for
Valley Media Inc. 44790, S. Grimmer Blvd, #202 Fremont , CA – 94538 December 20, 2016 Atachi Systems Named to Pharma Tech Outlook’s Top 10 Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Solution Providers 2016 FREMONT, CA— Atachi Systems has been recognized as one of the Top 10 Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Solution Providers by Pharma Tech Outlook Magazine. “We take pride in honoring Atachi Systems as one among the 10 companies that are specialized in providing Pharmaceutical Manufacturing solutions,” said Stacey
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With self-parking technology, some of the stress of driving will be taken away.
Self-parking cars are coming to American streets. In January, the U.S. Department of Transportation approved models for a vehicle that is able to park itself, stating the technology met the requirements within the Federal Motor Safety Standard. According to CNN, BMW will be the first company to unveil the technology, with its debut likely coming in 2017. At the Detroit International Auto Show, U.S. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx spoke glowingly of BMW’s plan, explaining that
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It used to be that when discussing cars, terms like “miles per hour,” “horsepower” and “fuel efficiency” were the most important. Dealerships would stress to customers how well an automobile would perform in everyday use for the entire family, or how many miles one filling of the gas tank would provide for highway driving. Keeping a car in good condition for an extended period of time meant having a strong engine that could handle years