Since 1991 in San Diego, CA, the CEO and founder of Recordsforce has built a specialty in providing high quality document management services to FDA regulated companies. The FDA places a high value on manufacturing biomedical and pharmaceutical products in a controlled and well documented manner. Companies who work with FDA regulated companies in a way that affects the quality documentation for the manufacturing process fall under the same quality system requirements as their customers. That includes Recordsforce.
Electronic document management is a system or process used to manage, track and store electronic documents. But why is it important? According to the Associate for Intelligent Information Management (AIIM), “organizations expect the volume of information coming into their organizations to grow from X to 4.5X over the next two years” (AIIM 2020). With the majority of that information coming in the form of paper documents, it’s important to have a system to help your business securely find, manage, and distribute those documents.
Generally speaking, all businesses have the potential to be audited at some point and going through an audit can be an extremely time consuming and stressful process if you don’t have all of your ducks in a row. Auditors can require you to show a great deal of data and documentation and if that information isn’t readily available and organized, or if they happen to be stored incorrectly or missing, you could be at risk of being noncompliant and your business could face penalties.
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