Top Seven Risks to Consider When Selecting a Life Science LMS

In this paper, UL  explains the risks, gaps and remedies to be considered when evaluating an enterprise-wide Learning Management System (LMS). As a best practice, organizations should use the RFP process to confirm that the vendor meets your learning management needs in both QA and IT Validation – not just provides flashy features that in the end may expose you to operational risks.

Top Seven Risks to Consider When Selecting a Life Sciences LMS:

  • Lack of sufficient training content version control 
  • Absence of automated e-signatures (21 CFR Part 11 and EU Annex 11)
  • Insufficient audit trail data on learner training items and curriculum profiles
  • Inefficient training plan approval process
  • Inadequate “audit-ready” reports
  • Absence of automated role-based training management features
  • Lack of training equivalency tracking between different learning sources

This paper recommends that regulated companies consider an LMS provider who understands these risks – so you can avoid the consequences of an ill-equipped system.


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