Life Science


E2i works in the Life Science industry every day

The life science environment is consistently faced with increased regulation, market pressure and innovation challenges. E2i has specialized knowledge in designing and implementing solutions in Motion, Process Control and Software. We assist the industry by accelerating time-to-market, decreasing downtime, focusing on process quality, and driving business value. Eli Lilly and Company, Merck, Hospira, Roche, Schering-Plough, and Abbott are some of the clients that have benefited from our vast experience in the marketplace.

Services include:

  • Plasma fractionation
  • Centrifugation
  • Parts washers
  • Vial washer
  • Fillers
  • Cappers
  • Lyophilizers
  • Formulation systems
  • Autoclaves
  • Washers
  • Room monitoring systems
  • Water Systems
  • Critical utilities
  • Vial/Tray Handling systems

You need a partner who will not only help you develop the best solution, but will take a vested approach

It’s a competitive industry to be in; however, each Systems Integrator is different in what they do and what they specialize in. E2i specializes in the pharmaceutical industry; there aren’t many who have spent as much time as we have in this industry. We understand the business side, the process, the controls, IT concerns, and the grief of validation. Our team has the expertise in each of these areas to help our clients make better business decisions—this allows us to provide a solution, not just a single service.

Our commitment to our clients—with an emphasis on communication—allows us to quickly identify where we can improve quality, lower your maintenance costs, and add greater efficiency to your system, while completing projects on time.

E2i Insights:

E2i experts respond to technology and business-related articles regarding critical issues affecting the Life Science industry today
Tom Egan, Vice President, Industry Services, PMMI, The Association for Packaging and Processing Technologies. Article: Internet of Things 

The universe of objects connected for communication via Internet — the Internet of Things (IoT) or Industrial Internet — has the potential to change manufacturing through enhanced data collection. In fact, "General Electric predicts the efficiencies and data collection IoT enables could mean as much as a $15 trillion boost in global GDP over the next two decades" (Annunziata & Evans, 2013). "For pharmaceutical manufacturers, IoT benefits include facilitating data analysis and remote access to equipment, streamlining efficiencies and even preventing counterfeiting" (Egan, 12/23/14).

Isaac Hayes, E2i - Senior Process Automation Engineer

The advances in information gathering that are coming from the advent of the Internet of Things (IoT), offer incredible potential for the modern engineer to see inside manufacturing at a detail level never before possible. However, the IoT is a promise of things that are already being underutilized in current manufacturing. The future of the IoT doesn’t start tomorrow when new, tiny wireless sensors are readily available; it starts today, by improving tools already available and how they are used. I would like to highlight the two key tools essential to the IoT and are ready for improvement today: historians and data analysis packages. More