New process definition versioning and approvals for enhanced quality assurance in PIMS 5.0
In this webinar hear Mallory Turner, PIMS Lead Product Owner, highlighting new features available in PIMS 5.0.
PIMS 5.0 is now available
IDBS announces the latest innovation to PIMS, the Product Management Information System for BioPharma/Biotech manufacturing. Providing contextualized access to aggregated manufacturing data, PIMS offers a single source of data truth for efficient gathering, sharing and analysis of critical manufacturing process and quality data to support CPV, investigations and process optimization.
This latest release adds process definition versioning and approvals to help alleviate manual SOP requirements and enhance quality assurance.
Join Mallory Turner, Lead Product Owner, as she showcases the new and enhanced features during this 30 minute webinar. You will be able to ask questions during our live Q&A at the end of the presentation.
New features in PIMS 5.0 include:
- Process definition approvals, signatures, and version tracking,
- Process step name templates,
- Correlation plot matrices and
- Additional process definition exports options
In addition to these new features, PIMS 5.0 also includes key enhancements around user filtering and sorting as well as filtering within the audit reports by Batch or Lot ID.
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Meet our speaker
Lead Product Owner, IDBS
Mallory Turner is a Sr. Manufacturing Intelligence Specialist at IDBS (formerly Skyland Analytics). She has a Masters in Quantitative Research Methods / Research Methods and Statistics from the University of Denver. After graduate school, she joined a Colorado startup called Aegis on their analytic consulting team for Discoverant. In her eight years working with various software in BioPharma manufacturing, she has established customer monitoring systems and company guidelines, delivered best practices training on CPV and Investigations – as well as directly assisting in numerous customer investigations when an extra set of eyes on an issue was needed. A self-described stats geek, Mallory finds great joy in partnering with a company as they grow from their first control chart to using advanced techniques to predict their quality attributes and beyond. For the last two years she has been leading PIMS implementation with customers, strategically advising on product development, and delivering demos to prospective customers.