White Paper: Environmental Monitoring in cleanrooms. Six factors to consider when evaluating a digital system
We are honored to present this interesting White Paper in which Vanesa Vasadi Figueroa reviews six key factors for the decision process of selecting software for an Environmental Monitoring (EM) program. She explains how each of those factors can improve workflow efficiency and overall compliance, facilitate the detection of potential contamination or adverse trends, and ultimately lean into a more data-driven culture.
The first two considerations review the core requirements one should look for when evaluating and considering a digital system for purchase:
- Ensuring fundamental compliance with regulations.
- Meeting best practices for software validation.
- Ease of implementation.
The paper then discusses the user experience related to everyday interaction with the system and how an intuitive workflow can improve functionality and usability, ultimately; reduce the burden on scientists. Lastly, she discusses data management, interpretation, and frequent, reliable reporting for investigations and trends.
Vanessa Vasadi Figueroa, Chief Executive Microbiologist and Independent Consultant at VVF Science®, has more than 17 years of combined experience in the life sciences industry, supporting Pharmaceutical, Biotechnology and Medical Device companies. Mrs Figueroa’s core expertise is in sterility assurance, contamination control, microbial investigations, and environmental utilities.