Who Uses This Software?
1. Life Science Companies 2. Pharmaceutical and Drug Manufacturers 3. Medical Device 4. Biotechnology
Average Ratings2 reviews
- Overall 3 / 5
- Ease of Use 2.5 / 5
- Customer Service 4 / 5
- Features 3.5 / 5
- Value for Money 3 / 5
- Starting Price $12000/one-time
- Free Version No
- Free Trial No
Cloud, SaaS, Web
Installed - Windows
- Founded 2005
ValGenesis is an Enterprise Validation Life-cycle Management system that manages an entire validation life-cycle process from start to end electronically. Automation of validation process reduces the validation cycle time and cost by at least 40 - 50%. ValGenesis enhances compliance, improves consistency and standardizes the corporate validation process.
ValGenesis Most Helpful Reviews
Reviewed on 5/24/2018
One of the best software systems used during the past 5 years
Comments: Eliminated non compliance related issues. Reduce validation time by 70%. No preparation for audits.
Pros: Before using Valgenesis system, our validation process was paper based. We were creating about 300 - 400 validation documents per month, each document requires manual review, approval, then execution again review and approval. It requires about 4 - 6 weeks to complete a single document. After using Valgenesis system, everything was electronic including execution, exception management etc. we were able to complete the same document in a week time. All the bad hand writing issues were completely eliminated. We were challenged by QA all the time, after implementing Valgenesis in 2019, the observations went down by over 90%.
Cons: In the old version, help file was not that great. It was improved in the current version. I was told that the next version to be released will have video help files throughout the application.
Reviewed on 3/8/2018
One of the worst pieces of software I've ever seen
Pros: It makes me miss another tool that me and my team thought was bad (IBM Rational). In some sense, this is a pro. The animations of the workflow chart are a nice (hopeless) try. Has some certifications that make it compliant to highly regulated environments.
Cons: We are forced to use it to track software change requests in a large enterprise. We asked for Jira, but incredibly this one has certifications that Jira hasn't. You're forced to use Internet Explorer (!!!), and it opens the kind of popup - full screen, not resizable - where you don't get the urls. So no bookmarks. But it doesn't matter, you'd have to log in every time anyway and start from the beginning. If you happen to have a small screen, you're condemned to pain and tears, in a maze of scrollbars appearing everywhere. Searching for tickets is done through some reports that are for the most part readonly - that is, you can't click to see more details. From some you can though, but once you drill down, you might have to start from the beginning to check another ticket. Can't say anything about customer support (we're not in charge of configuration) but I guess it's not that great, since we asked to fix the incredible amount of notifications we get daily and nothing has changed in weeks. Yes, we really miss IBM Rational.