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Navigator Workbench is updated to version 9.5.1 to provide enhanced auditing and reporting functionality

Navigator Workbench 9.5.1 is the latest version to be released and is now available with enhanced auditing and reporting functionality. Navigator Workbench Streamlines PK/PD modelling for pharmaceutical and clinical research allowing organisations to make more informed decisions, faster.

These enhanced improvements to its audit reporting functionality, means that users can now view their audit trail alphabetically and includes entries for files that have been updated but also contain identical content.  As an optional reporting function, users can now optionally include items from previous reports, alongside the original reporting parameters.

Developed in collaboration with modelling teams and already used by leading pharmaceutical and clinical research organisations, Navigator Workbench allows teams to collaborate on projects, share results, manage permissions and roles as part of the Quality Control process.

Ashley Mandell-Lynn, Product and Managed Services Director said of the latest release:

We’re delighted to release this updated version of Navigator Workbench and continue to work closely with our clients in assessing and developing the Navigator Workbench platform to suit their ever-changing needs and working requirements.”

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We have been working within the Pharmaceutical sector for over a decade. Our expertise, knowledge of the industry, and presence in the R community mean we are used to providing services within a GxP environment and providing best practice.

We are excited to be at three great events in the coming months. Find us at:

• 15th Annual Pharmaceutical IT Congress, 27-28 September – London, England
• Pharmaceutical Users Software Exchange (PhUSE), 8-11 October 2017 – Edinburgh, Scotland
• American Conference on Pharmacometrics (ACoP8), 15-18 October – Fort Lauderdale, USA

Our dedicated Pharma team will be at the events to address any of your questions or concerns around data science and using R within your organisation.

How Mango can help with your Data Science needs

A validated version of R

Because the use of R is growing in the pharmaceutical sector, it’s one of the enquiries we get the most at Mango, so we’d love to talk to you about how you can use it in your organisation.

We know that a major concern for using R within the Pharma sector is its open source nature, especially when using R for regulatory submissions.

R contains many capabilities specifically aimed at helping users perform their day-to-day activities, but with the concerns over meeting compliance, understandably some companies are hesitant to make the move.

To eliminate risk, we’ve created ValidR – a series of scripts and services that deliver a validated build of R to an organisation.

For each validated package, we apply our ISO9001 accredited software quality process of identifying requirements, performing code review, testing that the requirements have been met and installing the application in a controlled and reproducible manner. We have helped major organisations adopt R in compliance with FDA 21 CFR Part 11 guidelines on open source software.

Consultancy

We have helped our clients adopt or migrate to R by providing a range of consultancy services from our unique mix of Mango Data Scientists who have both extensive technical and real-world experience.

Our team of consultants have been deployed globally in projects including, SAS to R migration, Shiny application development, script validation and much more. Our team also provide premier R training with courses designed specifically for the Pharmaceutical sector.

Products

Organisations today are not only looking for how they can validate their R code but how that information is retained, shared and stored across teams globally. Our dedicated validation team have a specialised mix of software developers who build rich analytic web and desktop applications using technologies such as Java, .NET and JavaScript.

Our applications, ModSpace and Navigator, have been deployed within Pharma organisations globally. These both help organisations maintain best practice but also again achieve a ‘validated working environment’.

Why Mango?

All of our work, including the support of open source software such as R, is governed by our Quality Management System, which is regularly audited by Pharmaceutical companies in order to ensure compliance with industry best practices and regulatory guidelines.

Make sure you stop by our stand and talk to us about how we can help you make the most of your data!