Document Control Knowledge

Resources for understanding the key features, best practices, and benefits of Document Control Software through a collection of in-depth knowledge pages.

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What is Document Control

What is Document Control?

Document control is the pratice of managing documents in a way that ensures their reliability. Document control software facilitates this practice through digital control and automation.

What is Document Management

What is Document Management?

Document Management is the process of capturing, storing, tracking, and routing documents. A Document Management System (DMS) is software that performs these tasks for electronic documents and scanned copies of paper documents.

What are electronic forms?

What are Electronic Forms?

Electronic forms are online web pages or electronic documents designed to capture, validate, and submit data in forms processing.

What is Version Control

What is Version Control?

Version control is the method used for incrementing, tracking, and recording changes in documents or files that occur over time in a systematic manner. Versioning organizes the history of changes in a logical order, and allows for review or version rollbacks if needed.

What is Policy Management?

What is Policy Management?

Policy management is a system used to administrate policies and procedures, including creating, managing, and communicating policies and procedures in an organization.

What is cGMP

What is cGMP?

Current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMP) are regulations enforced by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to ensure the quality, safety, and effectiveness of products.