System Access Manager by Perceptive Instruments

The System Access Manager is an optional account management module that strengthens your case for compliance by managing and maintaining user access to Perceptive Instruments software products such as the Ames Study Manager, Comet Assay IV or the Sorcerer colony counting system. The System Access Manager will be of particular benefit to clients who are required to comply with GLP, GMP and the FDA 21 CFR Part 11 Final rule on Electronic Records and Electronic signatures. Manages unique electro... Read more


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System Access Manager

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The System Access Manager is an optional account management module that strengthens your case for compliance by managing and maintaining user access to Perceptive Instruments software products such as the Ames Study Manager, Comet Assay IV or the Sorcerer colony counting system. The System Access Manager will be of particular benefit to clients who are required to comply with GLP, GMP and the FDA 21 CFR Part 11 Final rule on Electronic Records and Electronic signatures.
  • Manages unique electronic signatures
    in line with the principles set down by the FDA and OECD
  • Secure user management module
    is entirely transparent and invisible to end users
  • Full and detailed audit trails
    record all login attempts and changes to user accounts
  • Highly configurable user account rules
    including minimum lengths for electronic signature components; account validity and program access permissions
  • Enforce regular password changes
    and set rules on password reuse
  • Login timeouts and lockouts
    to prevent unauthorised access
  • Comprehensively tested and validated
    in accordance with our stringent ISO 9001:2000 and TickIT testing procedures