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As the world transitions toward agile, decentralized cloud computing, numerous US federal agencies have aligned around a stringent set of common standards and practices for security and risk assessment known as FedRAMP.
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For many companies in FDA regulated industries, including pharmaceuticals, medical devices, labs and life sciences, compliance with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) is a critical requirement.
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The build vs. buy dilemma isn't new to businesses considering investing in a quality management system. After all, they often have very specific needs from their QMS solutions (depending on the regulations that apply to them, their desired process automation maturity and manufacturing velocity, their monitoring and analysis expectations, and their unique documentation and data processes, among dozens of other things).
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A Quality Management System (QMS), is a set of processes that are implemented to ensure that business leaders meet FDA, ISO, and other global GxP regulatory requirements to help deliver better and safer products and to increase productivity. A successful QMS should be configurable and adapted to meet the needs of your business, including manufacturing, medical device services, aerospace, pharmaceuticals, nutraceuticals and so many more.
But what should I look for in a Quality Management System?
An effective QMS framework not only offers advanced analytics, to help better understand data, it enables users to make more informed decisions and improve productivity and can be properly executed if your business has these 8 robust Quality Management System apps.
Managing NonConformance (NCM)
Managing NonConformance (NCM) is an integral part of an organization’s continual improvement plan. Intellect’s QMS Platform enables organizations to capture, track and maintain accurate, auditable nonconformance records through a centralized database to have transparency for departments, sites, or locations. This allows organizations the ability to exceed audit, nonconformance, and corrective and preventive action requirements of common standards including ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001.