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As the life sciences are digitalizing at an unprecedented scale and rate, data lifecycle management is becoming increasingly important. The two major factors driving this rapid and close-to-universal digitalization are Industry 4.0 and 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 ...

Stacks of paper, what a hassle!  Staying on top of who printed what, where, and when is a common struggle for many life science companies. Document reconciliation is even more of a challenge. Printing may be unavoidable, but staying compliant and kee...

Most pharma and MedTech companies have had digital transformation on their to-do list for quite some time. Unfortunately, only a few (roughly 20%) have actually pivoted from doing digital to being digital.

Scilife’s controlled print and reconcile solution is performing well on all fronts. Two months after going live with it, Scilife has announced strong early success with their Print & Reconciliation module, a new addition to their digital life sci...

Scilife has a new module! Finally, risk management is made a whole lot simpler, as well as accessible by everyone. In our webinar on Scilife's new Risk Assessment module, CEO Filip Heitbrink discusses:

Quality risk management is a non-negotiable requirement to comply with ISO13485 and 21 CFR 820. Yet, every year, Life Sciences companies face warnings from regulatory bodies, such as the FDA in the U.S., the EMA in Europe and MHRA in the U.K. Warning...