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Electronic Batch Records: Best Practices for Implementation and Validation

Electronic Batch Record (EBR) software optimizes the work by reducing the production of life cycles, improve accuracy and consistency.

An electronic batch record is a compilation of information, data, and document into a single record. It provides a history of the batch, quality information, operator interactions, etc. Electronic Batch Record (EBR) Software keeps track of the automated batch history is easier through the online environment.

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EBR systems are increasingly commonplace in pharmaceutical and biotechnology manufacturing environments. EBR systems are used for the automation of the execution of a batch record; they can be interfaced with many different types of systems, equipment, and instruments. 

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Control of the batch record uses when manufacturing pharmaceutical and biotechnology products is a regulated process of critical importance to assure product quality and patient safety.

Therefore, the implementation strategy, validation, and ongoing control of EBR is of utmost significance and interest to regulatory authorities when they perform inspections of manufacturing facilities. This paper discusses current topics, considerations, and controls necessary for the implementation and validation of EBR.

Improvements and innovation in manufacturing execution systems through technological breakthroughs in system design have been critical to the development of systems that automate complex regulated processes in the industry. Automation of complex regulated processes provides efficiency, cost reduction, and increased compliance. 

EBR systems represent one example of these technological improvements, and they are capable of a high degree of integration with different types of systems and equipment, including both manufacturing automation equipment (e.g., distributed control system, programmable logic controllers) and business systems, such as enterprise resource planning systems.