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Kalypso Announces Formulation and Compliance Workbench Release 2.0

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by Angela Guess

According to a recent press release, “Global consulting firm and Oracle PartnerNetwork (OPN) Gold Cloud Select member Kalypso today announced the launch of the second release of Formulation and Compliance Workbench for Oracle product lifecycle management (PLM), an application that helps process manufacturers integrate formula prototyping and development with their PLM and manufacturing solutions. ‘Formulation and Compliance Workbench bridges the gap between recipe and discrete product development for the many organizations struggling with a lack of traceability and error-prone data due to the use of spreadsheets or clunky, siloed applications for formula development,’ said Prashant Jagarlapudi, senior product manager at Kalypso. ‘This solution allows process industry manufacturers to optimize recipe development practices and compliance validations, and integrate them with PLM and downstream manufacturing applications to improve product quality and reduce time-to-market and compliance risk’.”

The release goes on, “Formulation and Compliance Workbench is built on Oracle’s platform as a service (PaaS), provides a unified data model with Oracle Product Development (PD) and Product Hub (PH), and allows seamless transition with other Oracle Cloud enterprise applications. Release 2.0 builds on the foundational formulation capabilities of the first release including rapid formula prototyping; cost, compliance and attribute rollup; where used analysis; snapshots and formula comparison and includes: Label and ingredient statement development; Requirements-based formulations; Regulatory certification integration; Oracle manufacturing integration.”

Read more at Business Wire.

Photo credit: Kalypso

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