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For Medical Device Makers, Full Spectrum Software Presents a Live, One Hour Audio Course on Implementing QA Automation in an FDA Controlled Environment
Date:7/22/2009

For medical device makers, Full Spectrum Software presents a live, one hour audio course on Implementing QA Automation in an FDA Controlled Environment. The event is hosted by Foreign Exchange Translations. detailed information on the course can be found here

Southborough, MA and Halifax, NS (Vocus) July 22, 2009 -- Sponsored by Foreign Exchange Translations, Full Spectrum Software will present a live, one hour audio course on August 11th at 11:30 EDT. With major changes expected at the FDA, including increased scrutiny of complex medical devices, automating the QA process for medical device companies is more important than ever. This live, one hour audio presentation provides medical device software engineering and medical device QA professionals with practical guidelines on how to successfully implement QA automation in an FDA controlled software environment. The speaker discusses how to select and implement the correct tools, how to validate those tools and how to work with technical teams to develop the cost justification for automating the QA process.

This live one hour event is sponsored by Foreign Exchange Translations, leaders in medical translations and producers of dozens of live audio events of interest to the biotechnology and medical device industry. Full Spectrum Software, a national medical device software engineering and QA consulting firms and a recognized authority on both medical device software QA automation as well as medical device software engineering was selected by Foreign Exchange Translations to develop and present this live, one hour audio event. more information and a full course description can be found here

The live, one hour audio course will also feature a discussion of the FDA’s use of Static Analysis tools and the controversy surrounding some of the public statements made by the FDA. More importantly, the course will cover what the implications of these statements by the FDA mean to medical device companies and how this could impact the software QA processes.

About Foreign Exchange Translations
Foreign Exchange Translations, a leader in medical translations, has come to know how products are created, from R&D to clinical trials to marketing and all the steps in between. Their knowledge of the product life cycle means that they can speak the same language as their clients and build language translation into the process. Foreign Exchange Translations also hosts dozens of audio conferences every year that are of interest to the biotechnology and medical device community. You can find more information on their website more information on Foreign Exchange Translations here

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