Our client needed us to design a data warehouse that enabled them to meet FDA requirements, so they could trace product quality data in order to limit quality-related risks.
This multi-billion-dollar, multi-site manufacturing company maintained several systems to track product ingredients and batch traceability of their production process. These records were created and maintained to comply with FDA regulations, deliver a consistent, high-quality product, and allow for complete product traceability.
However, because the data lived within multiple systems, assembling reports to provide full traceability for a single batch spanned multiple days. We were hired to design and build a data warehouse to maintain the data from these multiple systems.
Our team documented the processes and associated data for each individual system. The information was then consolidated and migrated to the data warehouse, creating a single source for all product traceability.
Our team leveraged the data warehouse to produce various reports that enable users to quickly pull data for any single product, its ingredients, and the ingredients of those ingredients, into a single report.
With the data warehouse consolidating data from multiple systems into a single data source, our client was able to meet FDA product traceability requirements. The inclusion of an automated reporting system reduced the time required to manually create reports from days to seconds.