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5 things to look for in a temperature compliance solution (and 11 issues it solves)

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Ever felt ensnared in the endless loop of traditional temperature monitoring, data logger calibration, and mapping studies?

A connected temperature compliance solution incorporates ALL your temperature compliance efforts and data into one digital solution.

But how do they work, and what features and functionality should you be looking for?

In the article, we go through:

  1. What is a temperature compliance solution?
  2. How temperature compliance solutions work and what to look for
  3. 11 issues an all-in-one solution will solve
  4. How to handle the calibration part quickly and in one go

6 ways to spend less time on manual temperature compliance

There are ways to make temperature compliance much simpler and less time-consuming.

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What is a temperature compliance solution?

First things first. A temperature compliance solution is a connected digital solution that unifies and automates (big) parts of temperature monitoring, mapping, and data logger calibration.

The goal is to minimize the time you spend on manual work and make room for more meaningful tasks. A big step in the work to simplify temperature compliance in your business.

How does a temperature compliance solution work and what to look for

Through technology, a temperature compliance solution allows the automation of traditionally manual task-heavy areas within temperature monitoring and related compliance processes for GMP and GDP.

Connected temperature compliance solutions will often include these 5 things:

  1. Automation of tasks: Automation and digitalization of temperature monitoring including the option to rent or purchase wireless data loggers (and scale the amount up and down to your needs)
  2. Uniting data: Digital storage of all temperature-related data in one place including calibration certificates, monitoring records, and deviations.
  3. Compliance reporting: Simple export and reporting options for audits.
  4. Calibration included: Accredited calibration of data loggers as part of the solution. Tip! Look for a solution that includes a process for handling calibrations quickly (for mappings) and simultaneously (for monitoring) – in other words, where calibration of all your data loggers can be done fast and in one go.
  5. Mapping fit: Software and equipment designed for temperature mapping.

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11 issues a collected temperature compliance solution will solve

The digitalization, automation of manual processes, and consolidation of data will make it easier to handle monitoring, mapping, and calibration as integrated parts of one, combined compliance strategy and thereby solve many of the challenges that often accompany the temperature compliance field.

Also read: How to unify temperature compliance to minimize manual work

Having an all-in-one solution will:

  1. Remove bottlenecks: Easy access to shared data will make collaboration simpler and minimize misalignments between functions.
  2. Ease processes: Having all data in one platform will simplify the design of quality procedures as well as set up, validation, and reporting processes.
  3. Create consistency: The aligned data and online access will simply work to ensure a unified compliance approach across the business.
  4. Minimize disruptions: Calibration disruptions of the operations will be reduced to a minimum when all calibrations can be done at once.
  5. Secure compliance: Automation means that manual errors will be minimal and processes simplified and aligned.
  6. Allow growth: Global availability will ease the onboarding of new units and locations in a shared temperature compliance process.
  7. Lessen frustrations: Previously manual tasks will be automated, and your team will be free to focus on more motivating work.
  8. Reduce costs: Collecting the expenses for temperature compliance for one solution will give you a better financial overview and (most likely) reduce collected costs.
  9. Decrease idle time: Costly idle time waiting for calibrations during mappings is reduced as the calibration will be done quickly and the certificates uploaded digitally immediately and automatically.
  10. Reduce mapping mistakes due to calibrations: If calibration is needed during mappings, the data logger is removed from its location, and it is easy to mistakenly mix up their placements, leading to errors.
  11. Reduce stakeholders: Having calibration as part of your monitoring solution will remove a stakeholder from the picture.

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How calibration can be done quickly and in one go

Fair warning: In the next part, we will get a little self-solution-boasting, but it will be merited and worth your time, promise.

At Eupry, we are all about doing temperature compliance in a smarter way – and a pillar of this is rethinking the way calibration of data loggers is traditionally done.

The result is a patented calibration technology that changes the nature of calibration to provide you with a more efficient and reliable solution.

How Eupry's calibration process works compared to traditional calibration

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Also read: 8 calibration components you should have ready for an audit of temperature compliance

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