July 21, 2010 2pm EDT
Do you know the boundaries between OQ and PQ? Do you know how to leverage the qualification testing that your Vendor has performed? Does your environment allow for a positive outcome? Is getting started the hard part? Developing the appropriate validation strategy ensures the delivery of a controlled and defendable system with the minimum of effort.
Documenting delivery of desired functionality, while ensuring ongoing control, is the primary goal of validation. Operational qualification (OQ) and performance qualification (PQ) are two often implicated constructs in the validation process. Using OQ and PQ with intention can better target the business’ limited risk-mitigation resources and reducing non-value-adding repetition in order to achieve validation’s primary goal.
In this 60 minute complimentary webinar, you and your colleagues will learn: What is horror and what is Zen for Validation
ü The goals of OQ and PQ
ü How source documents lead to clean validation
What is horror and what is Zen for Validation
Join us as we discuss: How to use a well executed OQ and PQ in the context of vendor provided test scripts
• Does COTS functionality need validation testing in addition to what the vendor performed?
How to use a well executed OQ and PQ in the context of vendor provided test scripts
CSols Inc. presents the next installment in our ongoing series of complementary Webinars focused on issues of interest to the informatics community. We would like to invite you and your team members to participate in this hour long presentation including a question and answer section.
The FREE session will take place on Wednesday, July 21, 2010 2pm EDT.
To sign up, click the link below to access the Webinar registration.
Seats are limited so sign up early!