How Confluence meets the needs of document users?

How Confluence meets the needs of document users

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When designing a controlled document management system, it’s important to take the requirements of everyone who may need to access the documents into account. That’s why mapping users’ needs through each stage of the controlled document lifecycle is a key element in each of our quality management projects. The list below shows how a document management […]

RadBee recognized as a Jira and Confluence Expert

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Cambridge, UK, 12 October 2015: RadBee Ltd, which specializes in providing software solutions for quality assurance in the medtech, biotech and pharmaceutical industries, has been approved as an Atlassian Expert. This means that RadBee is endorsed to sell licenses for the Atlassian Jira and Confluence collaboration products to “unleash the potential in every team”. They […]

Comala workflow can be implemented to address FDA and other regulatory needs.

Using Comala Workflows for approval of controlled documents

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When considering using Confluence to develop and release controlled documents, one of the main concerns many companies have is whether they will be able to approve the documents directly from the application. This is possible using Comalatech’s Comala Workflows plugin, which allows us to configure your desired approval workflow right into Confluence. This plugin has […]

Versioning controlled documents in Confluence

Controlled documents: versioning in Confluence

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Confluence comes with built-in document version management. Each time a document is modified then saved, a new version is added to the history and automatically tagged with a version number, starting at v.1, then progress through v.2, v.3, etc. This innate versioning mechanism provides a host of features: The document history is easily accessible through […]

The red tape challenge

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It has almost become routine: under narratives of increased patient safety and improved efficiency new regulatory requirements are developed, resulting in increased requirements on the industry. The new European pharmacovigilance legislation and the upcoming European medical device regulatory updates are only two examples. Being part of the industry you have very limited impact on the […]