Halfmann Goetsch Partner AG
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Your Data Integrity Status: A Nightmare?
Regulations require the seamless documentation of all information pertaining to your products and processes. But how do you maintain an overview over so much data? What happens if an error occurs? Get audit-ready now.
The guide provides guidance on the data integrity expectations that should be considered by organisations involved in any aspect of the pharmaceutical lifecycle or GLP studies regulated by MHRA. It has a high degree of alignment with documents published by other regulators such as PIC/S, WHO, OECD (guidance and advisory documents on GLP) and EMA.…Read More
It is quite unusual that a topic like GDPR hits the floor at an event as the SQL conference, where the focus is on “how to do things”. It was therefore intriguing for us to see a large number of IT specialists listening in at 5:30 pm on a topic that deals with the “what we have to do to be compliant”.…Read More
Factories of the Future, Pharma 4.0, Data Integrity, and Mass Serialisation set the scene for the 2018 ISPE Europe Annual Conference. These influences and many more will be examined and discussed at the two day conference in Rome, Italy. Thomas Halfmann, Project Director at the OPEN SCS Foundation, will co-present a speech…Read More
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After having dedicated HGP White Paper MES Migration part 1 to the question of when an MES system is obsolete, and if the best solution is an upgrade or replacement, we will show in part 2 how to execute the migration of an MES / MOM system.