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Implementing QA Automation Tools in an FDA Controlled Software Environment, a Free Webinar
Date:9/16/2009

With major changes expected at the FDA, including increased scrutiny of complex medical devices, automating your QA process is more important than ever. In this free, online presentation, you'll hear from Full Spectrum Software, one of the leading medical device software engineering and QA consulting firms in the US who will provide practical guidelines on how to successfully implement QA automation.

Southborough, MA (Vocus) September 16, 2009 -- Full Spectrum Software, a leading software engineering firm for medical device and life sciences companies is offering a 45 minute webinar on implementing QA automation tools in an FDA controlled software environment. Having worked with a wide variety of clients in helping them select and implement the correct tools, validating those tools and working with their technical teams to develop the cost justification, this presentation is a must for medical device software engineering and QA professionals. As an added bonus, the presentation will also cover the importance of why the CDRH Forensics Lab recently acquired 5 Static Analysis tools and what this means to medical device makers.

According to Andrew Dallas, the company's CEO, There is no doubt that whatever changes are made at the FDA, it is an absolute certainty that there will be an increased focus on software quality in the medical device space. For those medical device makers who are using completely manual testing or semi-automated testing, now is the time to move to full QA software automation. Since implementing QA automation systems take time to implement and optimize, this Webinar is designed to help medical device makers who are considering QA automation to understand the practical advice they need to get started. access the webinar here

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