It’s essential to ensure your computer systems are in compliance across your global markets…but where do you start?
As the trend of companies moving to international markets continues, the quality systems used to support GxP operations must move to comply with a wider array of international requirements…and relying on 21 CFR Part 11 to ensure compliance may no longer be enough to meet a country’s validation provisions. When EU Annex 11 was updated last year, it added several new requirements for computer system compliance – and some of these requirements are not addressed in Part 11.
Are you confident you can evaluate your own compliance with international requirements for using electronic records and electronic signatures?
On Monday, March 4 at 1:00pm EST, join FOI Services and Ofni Systems for a 90-minute teleconference for a practical introduction to computer system compliance in international environments. You’ll hear about validation requirements which vary from country to country for manufacturing, clinical and laboratory systems and how they affect password controls, user level security, data security and audit trails, and more…and you’ll increase your understanding of what to look for that isn’t covered by 21 CFR Part 11.
Click here to register. For more information, or to register over the phone, call FOI Services at 800-654-1147 (+1-301-975-9400 outside the U.S. and Canada).
Ofni Systems is an industry leader for 21 CFR Part 11 compliance. Their products for Part 11 compliant databases and spreadsheets are used by pharmaceutical, biotech, and medical device companies across the globe, while it’s products for computer validation, auditing, and FDA submissions ensure that their clients meet every requirement for electronic records and electronic signatures. The company provides live desktop support for superior customer support and training and has been providing solutions to their clients since 1999. For more information, call (919) 844-2494 or visit www.OfniSystems.com.