Codemurray is a specialist for documentation tasks and helps you create a system based on customer-specific requirements for:

  • Documentation and training guidelines for all business processes
  • Technical and marketing terminology
  • Structure of the knowledge database
  • Satisfying applicable regulations
  • Supporting the corporate identity
  • Business process overview is clear
  • Roles and responsibilities are defined
  • Organizational structure is defined
  • Version control and tracking system is in place
  • Misunderstandings are reduced or eliminated
  • Translations are simplified
  • Audit hits are reduced or eliminated
  • Training needs are clear
Documentation Management

Regardless of their size and type, an organization needs quality systems that demonstrate the ability to provide devices and related services that consistently meet customer and regulatory requirements. A clearly defined documentation management system is a key quality component.

Codemurray provides the guidance and tools for an organization to implement a documentation management system, which includes:

  • Review and approve documents for adequacy prior to issue
  • Review, update as necessary and re-approve documents
  • Ensure that the current revision status of and changes to documents are identified
  • Ensure that relevant versions of applicable documents are available at points of use
  • Ensure that documents remain legible and readily identifiable
  • Ensure that documents of external origin, determined by the organization to be necessary for the planning and operation of the quality management system, are identified and their distribution controlled
  • Prevent deterioration or loss of documents
  • Prevent the unintended use of obsolete documents and apply suitable identification to them

Documentation is divided into various categories depending on  the requirements of the company.

Codemurray will help your company define the categories that are right for your specific business processes.

The following categories establish the foundation of a good documentation system:

  • Standard Operating Procedures
  • Work Instructions
  • Forms
  • Templates
  • Agreements