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Transforming Temperature Data Management Practices to Reduce Labor Costs and Improve Visibility and Control

There are a number of temperature monitoring database options available to the biopharma supply chain professional and choosing the right one can significantly improve workflow which will reduce administrative time. This article will provide insight into practices for improving common processes through enhanced database functionality in the areas of managing data loggers by expiry date, storing and retrieving calibration certificates and acknowledging/documenting common temperature excursion events. Additionally, it describes the unique features and benefits of the Berlinger Smartview® data management system. Smartview® is a “Software as a Service” (SaaS) platform designed to efficiently and accurately manage both workflow and data in a regulatory compliant manner (21 CRF Part 11 & Annex 11). This comprehensive temperature data management system ensures reliability, accuracy, security, accessibility, and visibility to supply chain professionals, enhancing Good Distribution Practices (GDP) of temperature sensitive shipments.
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