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Development Road Map
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The main purpose of Aligned Elements is to create and maintain Design History Files with maximum consistency and control, using minimal effort.
By staying in close contact with our customers and users, we continuously improve Aligned Elements in the following five areas:
We know from experience that the maintenance of DHF's is a painstaking undertaking that very few people enthusiastically embrace. Therefore, we try to automate and facilitate the day-to-day DHF Management operations wherever we can, not by cramming in as much new functionality as possible but by selectively offer smart features in the context where it makes most sense.
Consistency and Control
We want our customers to have full insight in their DHF status at all times and have full confidence in their product documentation. There should be no unpleasant surprises when the auditor arrives or when the 510k is submitted. We are always looking for new ways to quickly and accurately communicate the current consistency state of your DHF's.
A DHF never exists in regulatory isolation and it therefore makes sense to include regulatory knowledge and functionality in Aligned Elements.
Integration and Interfaces to external systems
We acknowledge that the benefits derived from Aligned Elements is dependent on its environment and that integration and interfaces with external systems is a natural extension of the product's domain. Aligned Elements' interface- and integration possibilities to external systems will continuously be evaluated and expanded.
Performance and Scalability
We are carefully observing our performance and scalability to make sure that it is not compromised by added functionality. We do extensive testing and keep in close contact with all our users to continuously locate bottlenecks and improve performance and scalability where it is most needed.
"Trace tables that range over more than 100 pages are today automatically generated at the click of a button."
Christoph Karthaus, Project Manager