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Got Lots to Manage? Do it in 90 days with LABVANTAGE Pharma


LABVANTAGE Pharma: Validate and Go Live in as Soon as 90 Days


The commercial, out-of-the-box LABVANTAGE Pharma helps avoid complexity and is delivered as a complete package:


LABVANTAGE 6 with Preconfigured Pharmaceutical-


Specific Functionality ▪▪Lot, batch, and inventory management, stability testing, and reagent & standards tracking


▪▪Dashboards, widgets, and advanced reports ▪▪Instrument calibration, certification and maintenance ▪▪Full sample life cycle management ▪▪Analyst training, certification, and qualification tracking ▪▪And more...


As Soon as 3 Months


LABVANTAGE Pharma Package Implementation


Months


Pre-validated Package Executed Against GAMP 5 Best-Practices Guide ▪▪Pharmaceutical-specific user requirements


▪▪Validation master plan ▪▪Comprehensive handover of the operational system ▪▪Complete set of LIMS-specific SOP ▪▪Original test scripts for re-execution when needed ▪▪Test strategy with fully executed verification scripts (IQ/OQ/PQ) ▪▪Documented qualifications (CVs) of LABVANTAGE professionals


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Approximately a 75% savings in time Approximately an 85% savings in cost


Minimum 12 Months A Typical LIMS Implementation


LABVANTAGE Pharma is the only pharmaceutical LIMS on the market that provides complete evidence of previous validation and complies with 21 CFR Part 11 and similar regulatory requirements. At its core is the LABVANTAGE 6 technology, a web-based, enterprise-accessible solution, reducing traditional implementation cost by up to 85% and implementation time by up to 75%.


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