Azbil BioVigilant to Distribute BioTrends Data Management Software
Azbil BioVigilant, Inc., inventors of Instantaneous Microbial Detection, have announced that the Company has entered into a distribution agreement with Archilex, makers of BioTrends, an innovative and paperless data management solution for pharmaceutical laboratory and manufacturing environments. As a result of the agreement, Azbil BioVigilant will distribute the BioTrends product line in North America.
Developed in close collaboration with the pharmaceutical industry, BioTrends software streamlines management of quality assurance environmental monitoring (EM) processes and the monitoring and trending of all EM data points including water, air, surface, gas, personnel, raw materials, and finished products. With this easy-to-use, paperless tool, pharmaceutical companies can quickly improve the quality and reduce the costs for all areas of their microbiological laboratory. According to a University of Pisa study, implementation of the BioTrends solution demonstrated a time savings of 58 percent for microbiological EM activities compared to traditional paper-process methods.
The package is 21 CFR Part 11 compliant and can simplify operators´ data entry tasks while providing managers with a powerful tool for data analysis, trending, and report generation. In addition, the software can be used to schedule and manage all routine EM activities.
The Windows® -based software is offered in both stand-alone and enterprise editions, with separate modules to enable activity scheduling and automated barcode data collection. A range of validation and maintenance support options is also offered.
Tags: Environmental Monitoring, Automation
Date Published: October 8, 2012 » company contact details
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