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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 ...

Scilife adds a powerful Risk Assessment module to their digital Life Sciences platform. The latest in their broad repertoire of functional modules, Scilife adds Risk Assessment to the Scilife spectrum. This hotly awaited module, specifically designed...

What is GAMP 5 GAMP®5 stands for Good Automated Manufacturing Practices issue 5. The GAMP 5 Guide is meant to assist pharmaceutical manufacturing companies in managing GxP Regulated systems. The GAMP guideline is purely advisory and has no legal obli...

As they say, 'necessity is the mother of an invention,' precisely this is what we experienced in the year 2020. The year 2020 drove every healthcare company to become the most tech-savvy company that it could ever become. The changing times have set ...

The objective of a QMS is to define and formalize a system that documents processes, procedures and responsibilities for achieving quality policies and objectives. It basically provides the structure for various functions within an organization to wo...

Life Science companies are doing great things every day. The research in life science companies touches millions of lives. These companies are working day and night to help people get healthier, feel better and increase their longevity. Saving lives ...

An Enterprise Quality Management System is a software solution that ensures compliance with regulatory guidelines. It supports the cross-distribution of data across the value chain via a communications platform that allows collaboration between vario...