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Cary, NC – InstantGMP announces the latest version of its Manufacturing Execution Software, which includes improvements to Specifications and Batch Production Records. The InstantGMP team built these improvements based on customer feedback.

“These latest improvements were based on feedback we received from our customers” said Dr. Richard Soltero, President of InstantGMP.  “Our goal is to make Good Manufacturing Practices easy.  We listen closely to our customer’s suggestions for improvements so that we can improve our software’s usability.”

InstantGMP develops software and SOPs that reinforce Good Manufacturing Practices for the dietary supplement industry and for other industries that manufacture FDA regulated products. The FDA
requires that manufacturers include specifications for verifying the identity of incoming and outgoing materials. The latest MES update improves this process by providing filtering options and the ability to view all specifications information without having to change screens.

Batch Production Records include information such as the date a product was manufactured, the batch and production numbers, the name of the Finished Good or WIP. InstantGMP improved upon this part of the program by adding the ability to order the records by time date stamp of the batch issuance, making it easier for operators to locate relevant batch records.

The latest version of InstantGMP MES also includes a faster platform for generating traceability reports as well as improvements to the Quickbooks Data Transfer Tool and associated reports.

InstantGMP MES v2.050 will be available on Saturday, May 30th. For questions on how you can use InstantGMP to streamline your supplement manufacturing facility and improve GMP compliance, visit

About InstantGMP

InstantGMP, Inc. develops cloud-based electronic batch record software and SOPs that reinforce Good Manufacturing Practices. These software systems were developed to meet standards specific to the pharmaceutical industry and were recently updated for the Dietary Supplement industry. Please visit the Resource Center at for articles, videos, and tutorials on GMP compliance.

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