Today, Regulatory Compliance has become an important aspect and daunting challenge for manymanufacturers.
Whether your company is concerned with Environmental/Recycling-based initiatives relating to electrical and electronic equipment, such as:
or you need to meet Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regulations, such as:
Omnify PLM can provide you with the necessary technology to meet these needs.
Today, doing business globally means compliance with the European Union Directives, Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) and Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE). The financial and technological requirements of these Directives has altered the business and product development processes for electronic manufacturers. Going "green" and transitioning to a RoHS compliant organization requires investments of people, time and resources.
Electronic manufacturers are faced with challenges on how to handle their product design and development. Environmental regulations will continue to evolve as various countries initiate their own directives. It is extremely important that manufacturers implement flexible systems and processes that can adapt to this environmental movement.
Omnify Software helps companies manage product development under the new regulations by allowing easy classification of parts as either compliant or non-compliant, identification of the complete material composition of a part, and the ability to search on this information and export it into a Bill of Material (BOM) report for quick analysis. In addition, Omnify provides a location to store and manage all of the necessary compliance documentation associated to a part (materials declarations/certificates of compliance/IPC-1752 forms).
Omnify PLM helps OEMs meet RoHS and WEEE compliance by enabling them to:
Medical manufacturers who track their documentation electronically and must maintain records or submit information to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) are subject to the FDA regulation CFR Part 11 of title 21 of the Code of Federal Regulations (21 CFR Part 11). To be compliant, medical OEMs must meet the electronic records and electronic signature guidelines set forth by the FDA.
Some medical device manufacturers are also required to meet the FDA 21 CFR Part 820 Quality System regulation. This requires device manufacturers to have a quality system for the design, manufacture, packaging, labeling, storage, installation, and servicing of finished medical devices intended for commercial distribution in the United States.
The Omnify PLM system helps medical device and medical equipment manufacturers fulfill these FDA requirements with: