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Unread 03-19-2013, 08:32 PM   #1
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Default Why is SAP not good for calibration?

Hi everybody. I've been in the calibration department for a pharmaceutical manufacturer in the U.S. for about 12 years. We have used Blue Mountain's Calibration Manager program this whole time.

Our company was bought out a while ago, and the new company has slowly integrated SAP into all facets of the company. My department is next, and I've heard a lot of bad things about SAP being used in a calibration department.

I've started playing around with it, and so far I just think it's really difficult to use. I've heard of other companies using SAP only for their preventive maintenance, but never for calibration. I've warned upper management about this, but I need to be armed with more information besides "I don't like it". Does anyone know if it is not compliant with the FDA? Can you provide me any documented proof that SAP is bad for an FDA-regulated calibration department? I've looked, but haven't found what I need.

I appreciate your help!
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