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Why Your Document Control System is Obsolete

For many years companies have implemented document control systems that had the ability to manage the version of the document throughout their life cycle. As documents were approved the process would notify users that a new version is available and obsolete copies should be discarded. Systems limited access to the older version of document to a select few individuals in the document control department. Employees were notified that they required training on the new version. Life was good. That changed with the newer version of ISO and the issuance of the FDA’s data integrity guidance document. 

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