For the validation of computer systems, the guideline following GAMP 5 (Good Automated Manufacturing Practice Supplier Guide for Validation of Automated Systems in Pharmaceutical Manufacture) is applied to ensure that the system works as intended. Therefore, we develop during the migration project IQ’s (Installation Qualifications) and OQ’s (Operational Qualifications) to ensure that later the PQ (Performance Qualifications), sometimes referred to as UAT (User Acceptance Tests), are passed without any errors.
For both, the ‘Annapolis’ and ‘Dallas’ projects, these documentations were provided and the migration in the quality and production environment were executed following these documents. Therefore, no migration related errors occurred, and we finished both migrations successfully.
For both projects, which were executed in parallel by our migration experts, we started November 1st ’18 and finished at the estimated date March 15th ‘19. Both systems are live and used globally by users all over the customers sites.
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