How to Manage an FDA Controlled Software Project
Southborough, MA (Vocus) January 29, 2009
Full Spectrum Software, a leading software developer for medical device makers, announced the release of their second in a series of free Software Technical Reports, How to Manage an FDA Controlled Software Project. Medical device makers face many challenges in developing software for sophisticated medical devices that must follow FDA guidelines for software quality. Full Spectrum Software has been developing software for medical device companies for over a decade. This free Software Technical Report covers best practices in software team communications, software methodologies, managing and organizing software engineering and software quality assurance teams. In addition, it offers some proven tips and techniques for creating high performing software project teams for medical device companies.
The Software Technical Report is based on Full Spectrum’s work with hundreds of medical device companies. More information about Full Spectrum’s software development projects for medical device makers can be seen here: See Project Examples
For managers of software development at medical device companies, this report shows what techniques work well and more importantly, what techniques don’t work in developing software for FDA controlled software projects. This comprehensive report is a must read for any manager responsible for developing software for medical devices. It provides practical advice for working with medical device software consulting firms, managing internal software teams and the pros and cons of software development methodologies such as Agile software development.
"How to Manage an FDA Controlled Software Project" is available on Full Spectrum Software’s website and can be downloaded for free here Download Current Report Registration is not required. It is the second in a series of 10 Software Technical Reports to be published for software managers at medical device companies. The first Software Technical Report Software Obfuscation for Medical Device Companies can be found here Download First Technical Report.
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