We supply Quality Assurance methods and practices onsite or vitual consulting resources to corporate information systems departments.
Quality Assurance Overview
The inherent philosophy of Quality Assurance for software systems development is to ensure the system meets or exceeds the agreed upon requirements of the end-users; thus creating a high-quality, fully-functional and user-friendly application. The Quality Assurance of a software system development project begins with the first phase of the project and proceeds through until the application is into production and beyond. The Quality Assurance team will assist project management to ensure the Total Quality of the project. A commitment to the Total Quality of the project requires all team members to adhere to the guidelines that will ensure the quality of the system.
MGD Services main area of expertise is to supply Quality Assurance methods and practices consulting personnel to corporate information systems departments. Our Quality Assurance personnel, which includes Project Managers, QA Managers, QA Analysts, Automation Test Specialists, Business Analysts, Technical Writers and Trainers, are involved in computer systems development projects from inception through the project life cycle into production and on into system maintenance and enhancements. In addition, we supply FDA validation and ISO9000 Quality Assurance personnel to Pharmaceutical manufacturing/engineering projects. We work closely with both the system development staff and the end user community to provide a system that meets the project requirements. (See our QA presentation and links to QA web sites below)
MGD Services has many years of experience working on Computer System Validation (CSV) projects as part of the QA development process for the pharmaceutical industry. These projects required compliance to FDA Validation guidelines for computer systems used in FDA submissions. To this end, we supply CSV Auditors to ensure FDA compliance. We work closely with all project participants to ensure the entire project is in compliance with 21 CFR Part 11.