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Today, we are thrilled to announce new functionality in Tulip that supports GxP operations compliance reporting, making it easier for manufacturers subject to regulatory compliance to take advantage of digital transformation.
Tulip is in use by pharmaceutical, biopharmaceutical, medical devices in the life sciences industries for use cases spanning, training, work instructions, line clearance, logbooks, quality control, process execution, and batch/device release.
Based on feedback from these Tulip customers, we have added new features and enhancements to support the collection, organization, and review of GMP information — and for use in improving other aspects of production. These improvements further strengthen Tulip as a flexible, manufacturing operations platform in GxP operations.
Improvements in Tulip include a widget for viewing digital history records, the ability to link records between two tables, and custom date/time formatting. We have released several new example applications, including for logbooks and digital history records in the Tulip Library.
To see these new improvements in actions, don’t miss the on-demand recording of Giovanni Carrara’s Demo at the virtual event A New Era: The Future of Life Sciences Manufacturing.
Record History Widget for Viewing Batch and Device Records
The history widget offers visibility and traceability into the creation, update, and deletion of table and process records. It is an interactive, scrollable widget, that you can embed within your app, and link to a specific table record. The widget will present the entire audit trail and history record in compliance with ALCOA including all time stamps, user, process variables data changes made to values in a table. Tulip also allows you to match the specific date-time format that your organization uses.
Linked Records Between Tables
We made it easier to establish relationships between table records through Linked Records. Regardless of what data is in your Tulip Table, there will likely be a definable relationship between that Table and another Tulip Table. By utilizing linked records, you can define, manage, and visualize these relationships between different tables. A popular example of this includes assembly and subassembly data, or shift schedule and operator information data.
Mobile App and iOS Support
The Tulip Player is available for devices that are running:
- Mac OS
- (new) Android
- (new) Safari on iOS and iPadOS
The Android player app is available through the Google Play store for Android 5.1 versions and newer. With the Safari browser, simply add “/player” after your instance URL to access the player version of your Tulip account. For more information on Tulip device requirements and recommendations, we have a thorough support article.