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PAT knowledge management in the spotlight at virtual event

18 August 2020

With PAT (process analytical technology)-driven flow chemistry gaining more momentum, Optimal Industrial Technologies is exhibiting at the inaugural Commercializing Flow Chemistry (CFC) Summit, taking place online on 26 and 27 August.

Optimal says its PAT solution, synTQ, can help companies move from batch to continuous-flow chemistry, delivering advanced, quality-centric process control and quality assurance. According to the company, implementing this approach from R&D through to GMP manufacturing offers increased flexibility in the synthesis approach, safer processes, the possibility of changing starting materials and of reducing production times and costs, all while improving quality.

Visitors to Optimal’s virtual stand at the CFC Summit will have access to key media and literature on the topic. They can also find out more about synTQ – Optimal’s PAT knowledge management platform, which is used by more than 60% of leading pharmaceutical companies worldwide, offering them responsive, data-driven control to optimise R&D and manufacturing activities.

The company says PAT knowledge managers are essential in PAT-driven processes, as they are the central data-flow and data-fusion controllers for all connected systems. It adds that synTQ also ensures that all processes, including quality predictions and closed-loop control, are executed in a regulatory-compliant way, with full data integrity.

Martin Gadsby, director at Optimal Industrial Technologies, comments: “Flow chemistry is a gamechanger for developers and producers of small-molecule drug substances and products. We would like to invite anyone interested in knowing more about how we can help in the implementation of PAT-driven flow-chemistry solutions to get in touch with us during the summit.”

Interested parties can visit Optimal’s virtual stand at the CFC digital event by registering at: https://commercializing-flow-chemistry.com