Life science companies are increasingly pursuing different models to manage their IT GxP Quality and Compliance workload to keep pace with new regulations, best practices for existing regulations, changing business priorities, and new technologies. Historically, companies were cautious of relying on external quality or regulatory expertise too extensively, particularly when defending processes and documentation in the event of an audit or inspection. Progressive
companies have successfully moved these activities to external suppliers which is resulting in accelerated adoption across the industry.
One of the more prominent models that companies are turning to today is using a managed service approach similar in concept to how IT services have been driven for many years. As the industry gains more experience with changing how quality and compliance activities are performed, it is apparent that the transition to managed services is not a revolutionary change but an evolutionary one that has worked well for other business areas and is now working well for the early adopters.
Read this white paper to learn about:
- Some of the typical challenges companies have with managing their IT GxP quality and compliance workload
- How Compliance as a Service can be an effective solution to over come these challenges