May 2016 Posts

I18N L10N: Keys to a Global Quality Management System

I18N L10N: Keys to a Global Quality Management System

Sandy Carson, Marketing Communications & Events Manager, Pilgrim Quality Solutions

What is I18N L10N? Secret code? Part of an algebraic equation? A chemical compound? No, it’s not that mysterious or complex. It simply refers to the key elements needed to support enterprises in today’s global marketplace.

I18N is industry talk for “Internationalization.” The acronym represents the first and last letters of the word – I and N – and the 18 letters in between. (more…)

5 Steps to a Compliant CAPA Process

5 Steps to a Compliant CAPA Process

Roxane Napoli, Marketing Manager, Pilgrim Quality Solutions

The Corrective and Preventive Action (CAPA) process is a requirement for compliance as well as a trigger for continuous improvement activities throughout your quality system. Complying with CAPA requirements and maintaining a reliable CAPA process is a challenge for many Life Sciences organizations. Let’s focus on 5 improvements that will help your organization create a reliable and compliant CAPA process. (more…)

Federated Single Sign-On: What you Need to Know

Federated Single Sign-On: What you Need to Know

Kumud Bhattarai, Software Development Manager, Pilgrim Quality Solutions

What is Federated Single Sign-On (SSO), and why does it matter? Guest blogger Kumud Bhattarai explains the basics below. A follow-up post on how Federated Single Sign-On works with 21 CFR Part 11 and a quality management software system will be published next month.
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