If you still use paper anywhere in your manufacturing process, you need to take a look at MasterControl Manufacturing Excellence™. Paper and human errors can cause unplanned downtime and preventable deviations. Not to mention the data integrity issues that come with paper. Considering the fact that the vast majority of FDA warning letters are due to data integrity, that isn’t a problem you can afford to have. By giving your employees the right tools, you can eliminate human error, decrease deviations and get your product released much faster.
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