Records Management

PRODUCTS

  • XFdtd 3D EM Simulation Software provides engineers with powerful tools to shorten development time and release products to market sooner. A full-featured EM simulation solver, XFdtd outpaces other methods in efficiency as the number of unknowns increases. 

  • We can initiate and maintain reliable supply for your early phase clinical trials and beyond, delivering high-quality, cost-effective and precise retroviral production services through producer cell lines and master cell bank expansion.

  • ArcGIS Indoors is a complete indoor mapping system for smart building management. It organizes CAD, BIM, site scans, and other operational datasets into floor-aware indoor maps to support facilities, workplace, operations, and maintenance applications and use cases. Executives, supervisors, field services, and employees can better understand, maintain, and operate their workplace environment with ArcGIS Indoors.

  • Is your industrial facility close to the benchmarks?  Do you want an added measure of certainty to be in compliance with your industrial general stormwater permit?  Is your industrial facility unpaved or does it have broken pavement that is affecting your stormwater quality?  Does your permit require corrective actions?  Or is the facility large and you’d like to incorporate end-of-pipe stormwater treatment that doesn’t break the bank?  

  • Streamlined investigation and resolution of product deviations. Improved quality. Simplified compliance. MasterControl deviation management software can help you make it happen.

WHITE PAPERS AND CASE STUDIES

  • Charlottesville Fire Department Tracks Fire Hydrant Inspections With An All-in-One Mobile Work App

    The fire department achieved a digital transformation by implementing a new app designed for mobile workforces to collect data and complete assignments to replace their paper-based processes. This streamlined the fire hydrant inspection workflow which saved time and also gave stakeholders access to real-time information. 

  • Best Practices for 21 CFR Part 11 And GxP Validation For Electronic Records

    Drug development has dramatically changed over the past ten years. A practice once dominated by pen-and-paper has since transitioned to computerized systems, cloud software, and artificial intelligence. This paper chronicles recent technological trends, specific challenges these trends pose for Quality & CSV teams, and best practices for tackling resulting compliance issues.

  • 3 Reasons Why This Leading Tech Company Uses An Employer Of Record to HR Hub

    You have made your decision: you want to expand internationally to bring in new customers and more revenue. But first, you’ll have to answer some critical questions. Which country is the best starting point? And once you’ve chosen one, what is the best way to land there?

  • Pharma Sponsor Enlists Cenduit IRT To Rescue A Multi-Country, Multi-Site Oncology Study

    After go-live, the sponsor learned its study did not fit the existing IRT solution, affecting data quality, timelines, and drug supply shipments. The legacy system’s medication management algorithm could not support the required flexibility in the supply chain. The trial included an adaptive cohort design. Read how Cenduit delivered a high-quality study achieved through innovation, close client collaboration, and expert project management.

  • Alternative Buffer Management Strategies To Achieve Downstream Process Improvements

    Understanding the alternative buffer management strategies available and the resources needed to execute them can help ensure you have the tools necessary to remain competitive in today’s growing bioprocessing industry.

  • Pivot From A Struggling Industry To New Opportunities: How To Make Your Own Success

    In this edition, learn how a blockchain and AI application developer quickly adapted an existing solution focused on a challenged industry (oil and gas) to provide a much-needed solution for health care and other essential workers on the front line of the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • TASKMASTER® Helps Make Sludge Into Forest Feed

    The Birmingham Wastewater Treatment plant in Kansas City, Missouri is an activated sludge treatment facility that processes 12.4 million gallons of wastewater a day. The facility processes and receives 21,000 dry tons of sludge each year, which is pumped to sludge holding basins. For the last few years, the facility, in partnership with the city, has participated in an innovative recycling project and sludge has played a major role. Its use as fertilizer on land adjacent to the treatment plant has begun to convert the area into forest. It appears to be an environmentally sound, cost effective solution to sludge disposal.

  • Qorvo Helps Xiaomi Reap Full Potential Of Wi-Fi 6

    As a leader in RF technologies, Qorvo offers unique insights on Wi-Fi 6 router solutions. Xiaomi’s recently launched AX1800 Wi-Fi 6 router used Qorvo technology strength to the fullest. As Xiaomi designed its latest router, they partnered with Qorvo to leverage our RF technology and Wi-Fi 6 expertise to overcome some key challenges.
     

  • Harnessing The Power Of GIS To Improve Customer Service

    The COVID-19 pandemic has rewritten the way businesses and organizations operate and serve their customers, and utility districts are no exception. White House Utility District (WHUD), Tennessee's largest water and wastewater provider in terms of geographic area served, is a case in point.

  • Five Biggest Considerations When Choosing A Buffer Management Solution

    Learn the five most significant considerations when choosing a buffer management solution that will aid manufacturers trying to decide which is suitable for their unique circumstances.

  • Toolbox Medical Relies On WCG IRB’s Prompt, Personalized Expertise In An Unsettled Environment

    During the last year, Toolbox Medical, Inc. has been exceptionally busy, helping clients develop COVID-19-related products. In fact, they launched at least six studies in January 2021 alone. As Toolbox’s client base and workload grows, it relies heavily on its long-time IRB partner, WCG IRB.

  • How IT Services Companies Use Field Service Software

    Mobilizing a workforce to handle the growing demand for IT deployments and telecommunications can be especially difficult for a field service provider. Rising internet usages over the past five years has increased demand for voice and data services, cloud solutions, data center technologies and growing IT service networks. From on-site field service, to help desk support, remote desktop repairs and managing a network of subcontractors that specialize it specific IT deployments, the IT industry faces a critical time in managing their enterprise, as the global demand for their services continues to rise.

NEWS