SOLABS QM- Why the Easiest

By: Solabs  09-12-2011
Keywords: Information Technology, quality assurance, Research and Development

Our SOLABS QM software system is a result of many years of research and development based on understanding the specific needs of strictly Life Sciences Companies. From day one, we have assembled a team with strong competencies in Quality Assurance and Information Technology in GxP Life Sciences environments. This has allowed us to work on creating a product that truly is easy to implement, learn, use and maintain.


Keywords: Information Technology, life sciences, quality assurance, Research and Development, Software System

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What is an e-QMS

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SOLABS QM- Quality Processes

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SOLABS QM- Training records

SOLABS Training Records Management solution allows organizations to define training requirements and profiles mapped to specific job functions and roles. SOLABS QM is used by many organizations to record and track training on controlled documents. On-the-job: Trainings on skills for specific job titles. Theoretical Courses: Industry rules & regulations. SOPs: Trainings are linked to each SOP version.