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    The #1 Gap in Manufacturing Software Today

    It’s 2018 and technology has pervaded every area of our lives. Yet a visit to almost any manufacturing floor reveals that paper is alive and well, even in forward-thinking companies with strong IT strategies and digital transformation initiatives in place. Why is it that the truly paperless factory floor remains so elusive?

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    The Link Between Regulation, Quality Systems and Data Integrity, Part 2

    An examination of how the evolving standards of data integrity are affecting regulations and quality considerations within life science industries worldwide.

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    The Link Between Regulation, Quality Systems and Data Integrity, Part 1

    The emergence of new guidelines on data integrity, and the interpretation of that data via audits and inspections, doesn't detract from pre-existing elements of regulation, particularly Annex 11 of the European Union’s (EU) good manufacturing practice (GMP) guidelines.

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    UK's MHRA Issues Final Guidance on GxP Data Integrity

    Glean some insights from the U.K. 's Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) recently published final guidance on GxP Data Integrity, two years after the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued draft guidance on data integrity and compliance with Current Good Manufacturing Practice (CGMP).

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    FDA Draft Guidance on Electronic Records and Signatures: The Next Chapter

    Just about everyone in the drug development industry has cited 21 CFR Part 11 at one time or another. Fondly referred to as “Part 11,” the August 1997 regulation was last referenced by the FDA in 2003 with the release of a Guidance for Industry - Part 11, Electronic Records; Electronic Signatures — Scope and Application.1 Since then, the centralized research team has significantly changed from only a few stakeholders into a system of many globally distributed contributors. The industry’s documentation has transitioned from paper files to dynamic, integrated systems supporting digital records spanning the bedside to the research clinic. The delivery of healthcare has evolved from the confines of brick and mortar to cloud-based platforms that could only be dreamed of a few years ago.

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