The world of biotech is not only a complex one but a heavily regulated one as well. This is especially true of those companies preparing for FDA approval, which is often both time-consuming and expensive. That’s why it’s important to automate as many of the processes that can take your product from the idea stage to the solution stage as possible.
In this capacity, we are an excellent partner for any medical biotech software development company. Our aim is to aid in the decision-making process, help manage resources, save time, and produce the most effective product possible. Whether your biotech innovations are based on university research or the work of innovative private firms, we can help you achieve your goals. At KITRUM, we cover the entire life sciences software industry, from digital health and medical devices to diagnostics, technology platforms, and tools.
Helping You Build the Biotech Solutions
Custom Biotech ERP Systems – We can develop fully-customized biotech enterprise resources planning (ERP) systems, which can optimize costs and manage an often-complex network of resources. Such software includes a variety of functions ranging from quality control to incident management to document management. Of course, there are also options for recall procedures, lot tracking, material control, cGMP support, ISO, HACCP, and other regulatory standards.
Biotech CRM – Using a bespoke customer relationship management system (CRM), biotech companies can quickly and easily address all client issues from one module. This can often free up more time for R&D and the production of new technologies. Our CRM software is uniquely developed to manage a variety of marketing activities while supporting multi-channel sales, helpdesk services, and more.
Cloud Biotech Apps – We are able to construct cloud environments and HIPAA-compliant applications that help display biotech-related content, guarantee multi-channel engagement and provide for the analyzing and reporting on customer data. This is integral to helping our clients solve issues with “big data” and allows departments and even partner companies to access and share data in real-time.
Cloud Database Migration – We offer comprehensive cloud database migration solutions through DIaaS, an acronym for “data integration as a service.” This includes database architecture while offering tools to transform data from heterogeneous sources as needed.
Clinical Data Management – Trial data is become more complex than ever, which isn’t a trend that’s likely to stop. Using electronic data capture (EDC) and information reporting via cloud-based apps is crucial to ensuring easy clinical data management. You can also unify the most valuable information via custom data warehouse development.
Medical Coding – We are able to construct fully customized HIPAA-compliant medical coding systems intended to streamline the classification associated with the coding process. As all biotech services, equipment, and procedures required unique codes, this can have significant implications for our clients.
Bioimaging Software / Apps – Bioimaging software is used to facilitate technologies ranging from x-rays and ultrasounds to MRIs, thermography, and endoscopies. Using bioimaging apps, you can create a database to analyze results, diagnose illnesses, and examine diseases from any location.
Our Expertise in Building Biotechnology Tools
These include advanced monitoring devices used to save patient lives. They are typically used for monitoring patient condition, prophylaxis, and for taking care of the elderly or those with special needs. Wearable devices can be found in fitness wristbands that monitor heart rate and other biometrics, as well as in hearing aids, diabetic monitors, and more.
VR and Augmented Reality
These technologies combine to form an image that can be displayed on a computer, phone, tablet, or television – with or without the use of VR glasses. This technology has loads of potential, especially when it comes to medical imaging. In fact, doctors might soon be able to see the activity and structure of a patient’s organs using VR, allowing for much greater precision during surgery.
Health and Fitness
There are a seemingly endless number of applications for biotech devices in the world of health and fitness. These include the aforementioned wearables as well as apps that use mobile phone functions to measure steps are taken, training time, sleep quality, and other forms of user activity. This also covers applications used for medical examinations like eyesight and hearing tests, where they can aid in proper diagnosis.
Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE)
Bluetooth can help reduce the amount of energy required by sensors to transmit data. This means wearables can be worn for longer periods without recharging. Simultaneously, new tech can be designed with smaller batteries, which means smaller, more convenient devices.
Another result of the IoTs, embedded software includes microcontrollers and microcomputers. These can be installed in everyday objects, controlling them without a need for a physical interface. Utilizing BLE, these devices can communicate with the user as well as each other while needing minimal charging.
Smart Home Devices
Using the “Internet of Things” a company or individual can collect data from household appliances, external sources, and wearables. These can be used to monitor both internal and external threats or control various functions of the home.
Data Science and Predictive Analysis
With modern computing technology, we can analyze medical data at a previously unthinkable rate. Take, for example, the IBM Watson Health Project. With its 15 terabytes of memory and 2880 core processors, the computer used machine learning and automatic inference to analyze 600,000 test results and millions of pages of patient files and scientific studies. Since then, it has been able to reach a 90% success rate in detecting cancerous tissue changes.