This episode has been published on November 12th, 2019
Welcome to the 29th episode of Automating Quality. Mandy Gervasio is your host, and she’s on a mission to bring you hot industry topics with her fellow life sciences partners and friends!
Today is a really fun episode! Mandy is joined by her co-host, founder and CEO of SOLABS, Philippe Gaudreau. And they’re partnering together in this episode to discuss data migration as it relates to data integrity.
This topic has risen to the top in relevancy in the GMP world, so today, Mandy and Philippe will be highlighting some of the best practices and strategies to consider when implementing these key concepts into your organization!
Mandy explains the link between data migration and data integrity; defines the concept of data migration and the key phases that should be considered for inclusion when developing a migration strategy; and then, from a regulatory compliance perspective, highlights what must be considered with regards to data migration. Later on, Philippe explains what has changed in the data migration area over the years and suggests methods for creating efficient migration projects.
[:28] About today’s special episode!
[2:50] Jumping right into it, Philippe first asks Mandy to describe the importance of data migration in the Life Sciences space and to define the key phases of data migration.
[9:24] Mandy explains the link between data migration and data integrity.
[13:29] From a regulatory compliance perspective, what must be considered with regards to data migration?
[15:27] Philippe explains what has changed in the data migration area over the years from his perspective.
[18:55] Philippe suggests methods to create efficient migration projects.
[23:56] What are the international standards related to data migration?
[26:18] What are some qualification approaches and strategies to ensure data integrity?
[29:32] Mandy shares a personal experience with data migration processes.
[30:23] Mandy wraps up this week’s episode and thanks Philippe for joining her today!
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