Posts Tagged ‘validation’

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My Approvals unit is not recognizing the year – How can I validate data in FCCS?

If you are getting Failed: Invalid data when you try to lock your period through Approvals, it is time for you to review your Validation form’s variables. Issue: In FCCS – When you are ready to validate and lock the period using the Approvals Menu – you will notice that the validation doesn’t go through […]

Disabling the Submit Button Until All Fields Are Valid

We all run into instances where it is necessary to make some dialog fields mandatory. A myriad of cases come to mind, but one of the most popular scenarios is to require Alt text for images. In a previous post, one of my Perficient Digital colleagues shared best practices on how to validate authoring fields. In […]

A Compliant Do-Over For Regulated IT Systems

You know how you implemented that regulated IT system a few years ago, and it was all shiny and new, and then it went through a bunch of change controls and the validation documentation got kind of unwieldy, and now you’re kinda wishing you could start over with a clean slate, but without losing the […]

5-Phase Approach To Sales Practices Compliance For Banks

Adjusting to the new regulatory environment Recent problems with bank employees opening unauthorized accounts for consumers have focused the regulatory spotlight on sales practices in the industry. The fallout from sales practices problems has been spectacular and well-publicized: Hundreds of millions of dollars in fines and legal costs Destruction of shareholder value Brand and reputational […]

AEM Touch UI Dialog Validation New Best Practice: Use Foundation-Validation

Oftentimes, AEM developers will be asked to develop a validator for the component dialog. Back in the Classic UI dialog days, you would probably write a JavaScript function for dialog before submitting an event. In Touch UI dialog, if you’ve Googled around, you probably found a lot articles/codes to use jQuery based validator, i.e. $.validator.register({}). Recently, I […]

Four Steps To Assess And Mitigate Risk With Regulated IT Systems

Over the past several weeks, I’ve published a series of posts that talk about how to assess and mitigate risk with your regulated IT systems. The FDA recommends using a risk-based approach to accomplish this feat, and we agree, so we laid out a four-part approach for you: Assess a system for its regulated status […]

How To Mitigate Risk When Changing A Regulated System

A few weeks back, I described how to determine the risk level of a proposed change to a regulated IT system. I also talked about how the system risk level (SRL) and change risk level (CRL) work together to determine the level of rigor required to implement a proposed change without disrupting its validated state. […]

How To Assess The Risk Level Of A Change To A Regulated System

This is post #4 in a short series about assessing and mitigating risk with regulated software. Over the past few weeks, I’ve discussed the rationale for taking a risk-based approach to this topic, as well as the first couple of steps to take: determining whether a system is regulated and, if so, determining its risk […]

How To Determine Whether Your IT System Is Regulated

A couple weeks back, I launched a brief blog series about assessing and mitigating risk with regulated IT systems. This week’s post will cover the first part in a four-part approach you can use to do just that: assess and mitigate risk. Part One: System Regulated Status The first step is to determine whether a […]

21 CFR Part 11 Is Complicated Enough, So We Stripped The Legalese

If that title compelled you to open this post, then you know what 21 CFR Part 11 is, and you also know – as my 12-year-old step daughter would say – “the struggle is real.” 21 CFR Part 11 is perhaps the most famous (or infamous!) regulation published by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration […]

IBM Maximo and FDA 21 CFR Part 11

If you’re in the life sciences industry and are considering IBM Maximo for regulated uses, we’ve got good news: it’s capable of 21 CFR Part 11 compliance! And, if you’re not familiar with 21 CFR Part 11, Perficient has the ultimate guide to help you. Here are the three key areas of the regulation that govern […]

Appian’s Journey From Gartner’s Magic Quadrant To Life Sciences

The other day, I was on a business development call in which the Appian platform was discussed. Appian happens to be a “Leader” in Gartner’s 2015 Magic Quadrant for Intelligent Business Process Management Suites. Not too shabby. The presenter talked about Perficient’s successes with Appian in financial services and healthcare, but when I heard him […]

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