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Companies in the life sciences industry need to deal with stacks and stacks of documents. Whether they’re paper or digital, chaos is inevitable if documents are not kept meticulously organized. Document control software is frequently used i...

What is Kaizen? Kaizen is a Japanese term derived from two separate Japanese words, 'Kai' and 'Zen.' The word 'Kai' means change, and 'Zen' means good. Therefore Kaizen literally means 'changing for the good.' Kaizen is a widely accepted philosophy f...

It was Dr. Janet Woodcock who introduced the concept of risk management to the FDA’s analysis of drug safety. She was first to envision the Life Science Manufacturing Sector which was reliant on the rationalized decision-making process, rather than a...

What is Lean Six Sigma? As the name suggests, Lean Six Sigma is a business management strategy that combines principles of Lean manufacturing and Six Sigma.

Lean Thinking is centered around building efficient manufacturing operations by defining value from the customer's viewpoint and continually improving how value is delivered by eliminating wasteful resources or resources that do not contribute to the...

Old habits die hard and a paper-based QMS system is that old habit that has more disadvantages than advantages. Whereas the new eQMS system holds the seeds for success in future regulatory audits. That is why the bad old habit of using a paper-based ...

We are very proud that we provide Scilife's Platform as a pre-validated software. This lifts 95% of the validation burden off the shoulders of our customers. This being said, we often receive a question about the remaining 5% of the part. Therefore i...