The roadshow is free of charge for participants and is geared towards professionals and executives from the medical and pharmaceutical sector, as well as auditors and IT specialists in research, product development, quality management and compliance management. They can find out about documentation requirements in their industry while exploring the resulting standards for IT systems and the regulations that their software development activities are subject to, such as good automated manufacturing practice (GAMP), which sets computerized system validation (CSV) standards for the pharmaceutical sector. Along with a wide range of additional standards, the new VDI 5702 Blatt 1 guideline has been in force in the medical industry since May 2016. The guideline contains details on Medical SPICE, an assessment model for medical device software.
At the roadshow, the IT service provider adesso and Intland Software will demonstrate how medical and pharmaceutical companies can use codeBeamer ALM to securely and efficiently implement the many regulations when developing software. The fully integrated solution for application lifecycle management was designed by Intland to speed up and simplify the development of applications while complying with guidelines for systems that are critical to security and supporting applications throughout their lifecycle. adesso has developed special templates for the use of codeBeamer ALM in the medical and pharmaceutical industry that will be presented at the roadshow.
The life science industry is one of adesso’s core markets. For many years now, the IT service provider has been making high-performance, compliant IT solutions – such as apps, portals and CRM systems – a reality for companies from the medical, pharmaceutical and biotechnology sectors by leveraging its combination of extensive industry expertise and in-depth knowledge of technology.
Here is an overview of the roadshow’s dates and stops:
- 22 November 2016: Munich
- 23 November 2016: Zurich
- 24 November 2016: Frankfurt
- 29 November 2016: Berlin
- 30 November 2016: Hamburg