Validating business requirements
In the post-development phase, verification procedures involve regularly repeating tests devised specifically to ensure that the product, service, or system continues to meet the initial design requirements, specifications, and regulations as time progresses.
It is a process that is used to evaluate whether a product, service, or system complies with regulations, specifications, or conditions imposed at the start of a development phase.
If the relevant document or manuals of machinery/equipment are provided by vendors, the later 3Q needs to be thoroughly performed by the users who work in an industrial regulatory environment.
Otherwise, the process of IQ, OQ and PQ is the task of validation.
Qualification of machinery/equipment is venue dependent, in particular items that are shock sensitive and require balancing or calibration, and re-qualification needs to be conducted once the objects are relocated.
The full scales of some equipment qualifications are even time dependent as consumables are used up (i.e.
DQ may be performed by a vendor or by the user, by confirming through review and testing that the equipment meets the written acquisition specification.It is entirely possible that a product passes when verified but fails when validated.This can happen when, say, a product is built as per the specifications but the specifications themselves fail to address the user's needs.We believe that our top-quality analysis service will bring you to a solution that will deliver to a more than satisfactory standard.Verification and validation are independent procedures that are used together for checking that a product, service, or system meets requirements and specifications and that it fulfills its intended purpose.