InstantGMP™ MES Manufacturing Software Version 2.045 to Include a Report Generator, New Attachments and Other Improvements

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InstantGMP adds multiple features requested by customers in its latest update.

InstantGMP Current Inventory Report

Example of a Current Inventory Report

We are always listening to our customers to find the best way to help them make manufacturing products under Good Manufacturing Practices.

InstantGMP, Inc. announces the latest version of InstantGMP™ MES, its Manufacturing Execution Software, which will include reports, attachments, improved unit functionality and an import service for new customers.

InstantGMP MES v2.045 will include six standard reports – Current Inventory, Equipment Calibration, Stock in Quarantine, Low Inventory, Product Lot Traceability and Vendor Lot Traceability. These reports can be accessed quickly and easily, saving time on the manufacturing floor. Custom reports will also be available for an additional cost.

“We are always listening to our customers to find the best way to help them make manufacturing products under Good Manufacturing Practices,” said Dr. Richard Soltero, President of InstantGMP. “Their desire for a report generator and for new ways to attach documents will be met in this newest release.”

In addition to the reports, users will be able to use up to five labeled attachments to Material Receipts and Status pages. This feature will enable manufacturing and QA employees instant access to valuable information such as Certificates of Analyses, MSDS sheets and test results for specific raw material lots as well as for batches.

In this software update, InstantGMP has also made improvements to unit conversions and streamlined the overall system process for increased intuitiveness.

InstantGMP MES v2.045 will be available on July 1st. A data import service will be included for all new InstantGMP customers. Please visit for sales and contact information.

About InstantGMP:
InstantGMP, Inc. develops web-based software for manufacturing products that must comply with current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMP) and FDA requirements. These software systems were developed to meet the standards of cGMP, GAMP and 21 CFR Part 11. They were designed to include the quality and cGMP checks necessary to make products with good manufacturing practices easy.

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