Medical Device and Pharmaceutical Product Development and Compliance

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Our blog navigates product development and compliance for the life science industry. Our solutions save time and money, delivering products with less risk.

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No Room for Error: The Importance of Managing Change

By: Dale Gallaher
October 19th, 2021

“The Only Constant in Life Is Change.”- Heraclitus Managing information goes straight to the heart of managing change. Why? Because without a rationale, checks and balances, evidence, and assurance of safety, information change – if left unchecked – can potentially lead to hazardous situations. This is especially critical in the intensely regulated medical device industry.

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Cockpit 10 Release: Feature Roundup | Cognition Corporation

By: Cognition Corporation
February 15th, 2021

Giving customers more time to focus on developing great products.  If you are part of a product development team, you know how tedious and time-consuming documentation can be to manage in various word or excel files. We set out to solve that problem over 10 years ago when we launched our solution, Cockpit.  Our goal was to provide a unified and scalable environment to enable companies to structure data and automate processes for more efficient and accurate product development.

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3 Reasons Why People Choose the Cockpit® Platform

By: Cognition Corporation
November 5th, 2019

There are many reasons why life science organizations choose the Cognition Cockpit Platform for their design controls and risk management activities. Cockpit’s numerous functionalities and features have been deployed by businesses large and small, and to great success. But what were the deciding factors for those organizations, and do they make sense for you?

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