Enhanced Pharma Template for Pharmaceutical QA/QC
Feb 17 2017 Comments 0
LabWare LIMS has continued to extend its Pharma Template for pharmaceutical QA/QC, covering aspects such as Lot management, Stability Studies, Environmental monitoring and enhanced Instrument maintenance and calibration management.
Building upon LabWare’s strong position in the Pharmaceutical QC/QA arena Pharma template in conjunction with LabWare 7 provides highly intuitive and powerful driven visual workflows to support key activities.
In addition to the standard product functionality, the ‘Pharma Template’ provides LIMS ‘best practices’ based on our experience derived from hundreds of Pharmaceutical based LabWare LIMS implementations worldwide.
LabWare Pharma template adds value by providing a preconfigured starting point which can be used ‘as is’ or adapted to customer specific requirements using the standard LIMS configuration tools. This provides a much more rapid implementation compared to starting the LIMS configuration from the base product.
The Pharmaceutical Template comprises:
- A pre-configured database and report library, including Visual Workflows.
- Comprehensive documentation including System Reference Guides, Traceability Matrix , Configuration Description , Installation Instructions
- Validation Documentation including User Requirements Specification, IQ and OQ Validation Scripts
Use of the Pharmaceutical Template is an increasingly standardised approach to fast-track projects.
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