May 2017 Posts

Pharmaceutical Quality in the Cloud – Key Takeaways from Last Week’s Webinar

Pharmaceutical Quality in the Cloud – Key Takeaways from Last Week’s Webinar

Bernard Jee, Product Manager, Pilgrim Quality Solutions

Last week, we hosted a webinar called “Make the Move – Why Pharmaceutical Quality is Better in the Cloud.” During the webinar, speakers from PwC, Concerto Cloud Solutions, and Cardinal Health shared their perspectives on the changing drivers in quality, compliance, and patient safety, and how many of those challenges are best met using cloud-based quality management tools. If you missed last week’s webinar, you can view the Make the Move to the Cloud On-Demand Webinar here.
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eMDR and UDI AS2 Gateway Messaging: Be Aware of Unintended Consequences

eMDR and UDI AS2 Gateway Messaging: Be Aware of Unintended Consequences

Bernard Jee, Product Manager, Pilgrim Quality Solutions

Keeping on top of regulatory updates is an ongoing challenge. Regulatory bodies are constantly making updates and Life Sciences organizations are expected to interpret these guidelines and fold them into their existing quality and compliance systems. We’re all aware that the cost of misinterpreting or ignoring these updates is high. That’s why it’s important not only to monitor these updates, but also to closely examine them for unintended consequences to the rest of your quality and regulatory processes. In this post, we’ll examine a recent update to FDA electronic submissions and shine a light on some unintended consequences and potential missed communication from this update.
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Make the Move – Why Pharmaceutical Quality is Better in the Cloud

Make the Move – Why Pharmaceutical Quality is Better in the Cloud

Larry Ferrere, Senior Vice President, Product Strategy & Chief Marketing Officer, Pilgrim Quality Solutions

It’s time to make the move to the cloud. Most businesses are taking advantage of cloud-based applications, private clouds, or cloud data storage on some level. In recent years, the cloud has surged in popularity, and many business are making the move. Early adapters and small businesses view the cloud as a way to reduce IT infrastructure and resource costs, and also as a way of gaining access to technologies that might normally be reserved for larger companies.

Today, businesses are realizing increased benefits from cloud-based technologies beyond just cost savings. For the Pharmaceutical industry, many of the challenges that quality and compliance teams currently face can be simplified by deploying a quality system in the cloud. Let’s take a look at how a cloud-based quality system can propel your compliance efforts to the next level.
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