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The client is a global leader in spinal implants, with R&D facilities in the U.S. and manufacturing in Europe. They offer more than 10,000 separate products, including cages, rods, hooks, connectors, plates and screws. They turned to Syntel for help creating a more responsive, dynamic process for managing packaging designs for this wide array of products.
The client is a top-10 global pharmaceutical company. They wanted to quickly register their existing products in new markets such as Europe, Canada, and the U.S. They needed a scalable and flexible operating model along with a team with expertise in global regulatory requirements. They chose Syntel as their partner, based on our expertise and ability to meet their stringent...
The client is a leading medical devices company specializing in sterilization products sold across the globe. In order to bring their products to market faster and reduce errors, they needed to automate the proofing and quality control process for their multilingual labels.
Syntel helped a leading custodian bank reduce IT infrastructure costs and improve IT resource utilization and time-to-market by deploying resources to cloud with minimum changes to existing applications.
Deliver a unified user experience across all applications by automating all investment management functions using BPM and SOA (Service Oriented Architecture) technologies, with a vendor lock-in for any tool.
The client is a top global medical device company and a worldwide leader in home medical equipment. They were facing issues with data standardization, data duplication and data loss, since past data migrations had been handled manually. They wanted a solution to map data from their existing system to a new one without compromising quality.
The client is a global medical device, pharmaceutical and biotech company. They were facing increased litigation due to regulatory submissions that did not adhere with FDA 21CFR11 regulations and guidelines. They clearly needed help ensuring that their applications were compliant in GxP regulated areas, so they turned to Syntel based on our life sciences expertise as well...
The client is a top global medical device company and a worldwide leader in cardiology and endovascular devices. To keep up with the latest trends, they planned to change their label design and artwork while staying in compliance with regulatory requirements for artwork management. However, they needed to conduct an impact analysis before migrating to the new system.
The client is an American manufacturer of surgical instruments. They wanted to adopt GS1/UDI standards, a system used to assign Unique Device Identification (UDI) numbers to medical devices within the healthcare supply chain. UDI compliance is a requirement for any medical device manufacturer hoping to sell their products in the U.S. market.
Syntel’s client, a leading North American insurer, wanted to eliminate performance bottlenecks caused by legacy applications, so they set out to modernize business-critical core systems by migrating to new platforms that would enable new technologies to be integrated.