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For Medical Device Makers, a New Software Technology Report, Time to Get Rid of Your Old Code from Full Spectrum Software
Date:6/2/2009

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In this new Software Technology Report, Full Spectrum Software shows the cost justification for fully documenting and re-writing older software technology for medical device makers. The up-front costs are more than off-set by creating a more competitive product, introducing QA test automation and the ease of upgrading and enhancing the medical device software. As a medical device software consulting firm, Full Spectrum Software has extensive expertise in medical device software forensics techniques and can assist medical device companies in updating older documentation and helping medical device companies update their software technologies to the newest platforms. “The Time to Get Rid of your Old Code Technology Report is a call to action in response to new regulations being formulated at the FDA” In this Software Technology Report, Full Spectrum Software looks at the possible changes at the FDA and how they might affect medical device makers and the software in their older devices.

There will be many changes at the FDA in the next few years. How it will affect the software of medical device makers is largely unknown at this time. However, it is very likely that there will be more stringent regulations coming from the FDA regarding medical device software. This new Software Technology Report from Full Spectrum Software documents why medical device companies need to act now rather than wait for the new regulations from the FDA.

About Full Spectrum Software
Full Spectrum Software is a rapidly growing medical device software consulting firm. The company has been in business for 14 years and has helped their medical device and life sciences clients bring over 100 commercial products to market. The company’s Quality System follows FDA guidelines and Full Spectrum Software has designed, d
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