By Harry Benson

Published in: CAI Cell&Gene

Published on: April 15, 2021

Introductory Paragraph: In the pharmaceutical and biotech industries, delays in getting products to market cost companies revenue and inhibit patient access to their medications. CAI clients often seek help in closing open investigations, but ignore the source of these investigations, even while product sits quarantined. Where clients really need help is in cutting human error off at the source. Industry average deviation costs generally range from $25,000 to $55,000, yet they can top $1,000,000 per deviation if product loss is involved. Investigating one deviation alone can cost a company thousands of dollars. When considering the cost of heroic efforts to produce and release batches, subsequent employee turnover, and potential downtime, cost increases exponentially.

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