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Pharmaceutical, biopharmaceutical, and medical devices companies turn to Tulip for use cases spanning training, work instructions, line clearance, logbooks, history records, quality control, and batch/device release. With newly released GxP features in the Tulip platform, it is easier than ever for manufacturers subject to regulatory compliance to take advantage of digital transformation. Digital History Records and Batch History Records can be used in real-time, improving the efficiency of your operations.

The Tulip Platform includes prebuilt apps that you can use to understand the ins and outs of the platform for that use case and how easy it is to get started with building no-code apps in GxP environments. Videos from Giovanni Carrara, our Community Lead at Tulip, will give you a firsthand look at the platform in action by exploring these apps.

In our previous blog in the Building Apps in a GxP Environment series, we showed you what a digital logbook application looks like. Today we are going to take a look at the history widget as a part of the logbook example.

In the previous video, we modified the logbook app to change a cleaning record.

History Widget on a Cleaning Logbook App

In order to track this change, we are going to look at what’s called the history widget. The history widget offers visibility and traceability into the creation, update, and deletion of table records. It is an interactive, scrollable widget, that you can embed within your app, and link to a specific table record.

After selecting a record, the end-user will be taken to a step that displays all the information on the log including:

  • When it was created
  • Information that was entered
  • Who was running it
  • When it was run
  • Changes performed

As you can see, a change was implemented: here we went from solution 11 to solution 12.

History Widget on a Cleaning Logbook App

Now you have full traceability of the logs as they change over time. You can track changes made by the logged-in end-user who entered their credentials, in the electronic signature stack.

To get started with a logbook or History Record app on your own, visit our template app in the Tulip Library.

The next blog in this series will look at E-Signatures in Tulip. If you want to learn more about the future of life sciences manufacturing, we recently hosted an event with industry experts full of presentations, panels, and roundtable discussions. You can view the event recordings here.

If you want to learn about how Tulip can be implemented in your operation, contact us for more.