LGCs Health Sciences division deploys GXPi solutions

International science-based company and leader in laboratory services, LGC, has upgraded its electronic document management system (eDMS) by installing X-docs and X-forms software from compliance experts GXPi. The two new integrated systems will ensure that all documentation pertaining to LGC’s Health Sciences division’s standard operating procedures, policies guides and audit management will be easier to create, maintain and retrieve.

‘The global nature of our work often means working under very tight time pressures and fixed deadlines to get new systems in, tested, validated and our existing documents migrated across,’ Dr Frances Crummay, business systems director at LGC, commented. ‘We needed a supplier that not only understood the IT issues, but could also deliver quickly a compliant solution and understand the regulatory requirements of computerised systems’ use in the Health Sciences. We chose GXPi and X-docs and have been repaid with a highly effective eDMS and Audit Management Solution that makes our lives easier and is available on a single platform. We are keen to roll out X-docs to other parts of the group over time.’

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