Avoiding Bottlenecks When Validating Your Laboratory Instrument and Information Systems
20 Aug 2014

There is much more to validating your laboratory instrument and information systems than just running the vendor supplied Installation/Configuration Testing (IQ) and Functional Testing (OQ) packages. In order to avoid costly bottlenecks in your validation project it is critical that you perform an informed risk based assessment, undertake adequate validation planning, develop your deliverables (URS, FRS, Config Spec), and establish your validation process methodology. Your bottlenecks can easily become more constrained if you are unable to secure the right resources to perform them and the associated testing activities.

In one hour, we will explore the most common sources of bottlenecks in validating your laboratory instrument and information systems, including strategies on how to ease or completely avoid them. Characteristics and skill sets of validation team members including Validation Instrument and Information Systems Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) will be discussed and the value and benefit of utilizing specialists and experts will be demonstrated. Join us as we take you through how to Avoid Bottlenecks when Validating Your Laboratory Instrument and Information Systems.

Key Take-Aways:
  • Discover industry best practices for the streamlining of your laboratory systems validation projects.
  • Learn the most common sources of bottlenecks in laboratory instrument and information systems validation projects and how to reduce or avoid them completely.
  • Find out how an informed risk based validation approach can help improve the quality of your validation effort while reducing your validation project timeline and costs.
  • Explore how the use of experts, particularly Validation Instrument and Information Systems Subject Matter Experts (SMEs), will remove bottlenecks and speed up your validation project


CSols, Inc.



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