Rx-360 Issues Guide On Remote Supplier Audits; CEO Warns They May Take Longer At First
Remote Audits Should Consider Confidentiality Issues
Manufacturers should expect that remote audits of suppliers may take longer than onsite ones until they get more familiar with these audits; it is also important to abide by data confidentiality rules and take frequent breaks when conducting these audits, says Rx-360 CEO.
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