Modules further extend the q-doc® framework with import / export functions, LDAP integration for simplified user administration by IT administrators, data trending and batch comparison to analyze results over a period of time, data evaluation including re-test procedures according to predefined USP and Ph. Eur. specifications, and other data management possibilities to simplify operation in large interdisciplinary networks.
Automate daily routine tasks such as registration of new batch numbers or creation of new test runs – and avoid common mistakes caused by manual transcription of complex data strings. The powerful import module allows to automatically transfer information directly from your LIMS, MES, or ERP system to the q-doc® software without any operator action required.
How do you want to evaluate your test results? The LIMS export module allows to automatically transfer individual results, test run statistics, and complete batch records to third party systems. Whether you would like to export evaluated test runs (checked & judged) or simply transfer recorded results – the automated process can be flexibly adapted to your needs.
Ensure that your company’s password policy is “automatically” followed without creating any additional workload. Avoid redundant local user management and directly integrate q-doc® with user groups in your company’s Active Directory (AD). No need to remember multiple passwords anymore – operators can simply use their current Windows® password.
No need to export your test results to perform batch comparisons. Use the seamlessly integrated q-doc® data trending module to analyze individual results from all test runs within a batch – or compare multiple batch records over a defined period of time. In IPC, the module allows to view data in real-time on a separate monitor to quickly identify trends.
Limit what operators can see on “their” networked q-doc® workstation. Particularly useful for large installations with multiple PCs, the workgroups module allows to flexibly restrict usage by product, batch, or PC – independently from general user rights. People within a workgroup only see the jobs, batches, and tests relevant for their tasks at hand.
- Pass / Fail evaluation and automated re-test procedure <USP 701> and Ph. Eur. 2.9.1
- Evaluate content uniformity based on weight variation <USP 905>
- Calculate tensile strength <USP 1217>
- Pass / Fail evaluation based on Uniformity of Mass according to Ph. Eur. 2.9.5