GlobalVision is the world leader in automated proofreading solutions. Our products provide a fast and accurate way to proofread and check for errors in your print, packaging or artwork files. Inspect digital content or printed samples and gain confidence in your approvals. Migrate from manual to automated proofreading with our solutions to prevent any errors from going to market or delays in your production.
GlobalVision’s quality control platform features text, graphics, and print inspection software. Our scanner options allows for print inspection of any sample type and all our solutions meet FDA 21 CFR Part 11 / Annex 11 requirements. With web and desktop deployments, as well as integrations with partners like Esko, we can provide automated QC no matter your process.
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Without barcodes to scan, the retail world would effectively grind to a halt. The dependency is understandable though, as barcodes are just that much more effective relative to labels… they can contain that much more information.
Quality management systems come in many shapes and sizes. Each is largely dependent on the industry to which a given application caters. There are nevertheless basic standards that must be met.
Here’s a breakdown of three different digital proofreading tools that can help verify your copy: Microsoft Word, Grammarly, and GlobalVision.
Printing leaders aren’t just at the top of their industry. In many ways, they also need to be experts of the domains in which they do business. Printers take different approaches to cater to specific clients, like in the pharmaceutical industry, for example.
For the first time, Mac users get access to every GlobalVision inspection module in a single platform. The latest release for desktops, GlobalVision 5.2.2, marks the first version of the leading-quality control application to be available on both Macs and PCs and feature Text and Spelling Inspection modes on top of Graphics, Barcode, and Braille.
An overview of color inspection software that will analyze color changes digitally and verify color accuracy before and during printing.
Color is one of, if not the most critical component of a brand’s image, but it is also one of the most finicky and subjective components companies need to agree on.
GlobalVision proudly announces the release of the world’s first digital Color Inspection system for print & packaging
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It may sound like just another pharma and life sciences industry buzzword, but “Data Integrity” is as important as computer system validation when products get released to market.
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Russian biotechnology company Generium installs an automated quality control platform to eliminate manual processes and avoid costly recalls.
This article examines the five most common sources of printed packaging errors, why they’re likely to occur, and suggestions on how to prevent them.
Perigord, innovators in Life Science Artwork Management Services and Solutions, and GlobalVision, leaders in the design and delivery of Innovative Proofreading Technologies, today announced their alliance for the integration of their artwork management systems in order to better service the Life Science Industries.
Artwork must be right the first time and every time. Even a simple mistake has the potential to be catastrophic, resulting in product recalls, fines, write-offs and potential lawsuits.
GlobalVision, the world leader in the development of innovative proofreading technologies, recently announced that it will be demonstrating for the first time at drupa 2016 the integration of its Quality Control Platform into Esko’s Automation Engine 16.
FDA is revising warnings and safety information for immediate-release (IR) opioid labeling. The goal is to inform doctors better about the risks of opioids and how to prescribe these drugs safely.
To ensure the package is error free, progressive companies now use automated proofreading solutions throughout the design and printing of the package and label.
For pharmaceutical companies, a barcode helps to assure the origins of the drugs, which in turn helps in minimizing the possibility of a genuine drugs being considered sub-standard or counterfeit.
Global Vision adds new table inspection capabilities with the release of Docu-Proof™ Enterprise 2.0 documentation software.
As with all pharmaceutical and life science companies, B.Braun’s operations are data and document intensive. About a year and a half ago, the company decided to implement a new electronic content management (ECM) system that caters specifically to the life science industry.
Royal Paper Box, a manufacturer of folding cartons for the pharmaceutical, biotech and cosmetic industries prides itself on its long standing reputation of customer satisfaction and uncompromising effort in delivering the highest standards of quality.
It is important to understand what data integrity really means in order to be compliant. Data integrity refers to the fact that data must be reliable and accurate over its entire lifecycle.
The pharmaceutical industry has zero-tolerance for errors, which makes it imperative that all packaging components are accurate each and every time. Ensuring the most efficient and accurate artwork workflow process has become a top priority for all Indian pharmaceutical companies.
As a global leader in the pharmaceutical industry, Pfizer utilizes Global Vision’s solutions to help reduce the risk of errors from occurring at key stages throughout the artwork workflow process. As a customer for over a decade, Pfizer has adopted and benefited from this type of technology early on.
In tough economic times, First Priority, manufacturer of generic veterinary pharmaceutical products, decided it was time to take a hard look at where they could cut costs without compromising on efficiencies and quality of their products.
In the past, numerous departments at P&G were part of the verification process. For example, artwork traveled from Marketing, Production, Legal, Regulatory, Consumer Relations, Print Production, Product Development & Creative Services.
Through Health Canada's Plain Language Labelling Initiative, new regulations have recently been introduced to help consumers choose the right product as well as how to use it safely.