NMW 2002: Ci Technologies covers 21 CFR Part 11; partner program
Chicago, Ill. - Ci Technologies', Sydney, Australia; Charlotte, N.C., Citect V5.41 available March 28, has features to help manufacturers meet requirements of U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) 21 CFR Part 11 regulation on electronic signatures and records.
Chicago, Ill. - Ci Technologies' , Sydney, Australia; Charlotte, N.C., Citect V5.41 available March 28, has features to help manufacturers meet requirements of U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) 21 CFR Part 11 regulation on electronic signatures and records.
In addition, Ci Technologies announced a partner program for system integrators, solution vendors, and machine panel builders, who can work with CitectHMI, a new, entry level HMI for machine panel builders. The goal is to make it easier for OEMs to leverage the product, service and brand capabilities, throughout OEM product lifecycles.
To help with transferring from paper to electronic signatures and record keeping, Ci Technologies also offers a white paper, 'FDA's 21 CFR Part 11 Regulation-Implementing Citect to Meet the Requirements.'
Ci Technologies also offers Citect Professional Services, which works closely with its integration partners to provide robust turnkey solutions to reduce risk of noncompliance with FDA regulation.
Citect V5.41 features includes secure password encryption, and users are prompted to confirm passwords prior to changing them. User accounts can also be prompted to change passwords regularly and lock out old accounts.
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