Parsec Automation Corp. Offers White Paper on Effective Management of Electronic Batch Records

Food processors can address EBRs effectively, economically and non-disruptively through Parsec Automation Corp.'s White Paper on Effective Management of Electronic Batch Records.  
Historically, batch operations records have been - wholly or in part - collected, managed, and represented manually. As with most manual operations, there were concerns with accuracy, consistency, and repeatability. With the arrival of 21 CFR Part 11 and PAT came a clearer regulatory roadmap (and framework) for transitioning to electronic batch records (EBRs). There are many advantages to electronic record keeping:

  • Improved regulatory compliance
  • Improved accuracy, consistency and repeatability
  • Improved information accessibility and real-time analysis
  • Improved incident and root cause evaluation
  • Improved capacity utilization and yield
  • Improved process capability and reliability
  • Improved product quality
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