Commercialization, Pharmacovigilance & Compliance Innovation
Global Life Sciences companies generate and manage tremendous amounts of data, content, and documents that are often interrelated. To ensure patient safety, reduce time-to-market and lower costs, these companies are continually searching for new Enterprise Content Management (ECM) solutions that reduce complexity and enable data sharing. Historically, many organizations have deployed Document Management Systems (DMS) to store and manage documents (structured data) mostly for medical, clinical, regulatory, quality, and safety applications; and separate Content Management Systems (CMS) to store and manage component content (unstructured data) primarily for digital marketing. Due to increasing regulatory requirements like General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), global enterprises are also looking to store, manage, and publish content in a compliant manner.
Today's ECM platforms can manage both structured and unstructured content while providing data monitoring capabilities for regulatory compliance; most also offer the advantages of Cloud computing. However, a general lack of technical experts with knowledge of security frameworks and requirements for handling global enterprise content may adversely impact adoption of the newer technologies.
Coforge ECM professional have years of Life Sciences experience having worked on legacy R&D/Clinical Document Management and Regulatory Submissions Management solutions, in addition to deep expertise with the more advanced ECM (DMS, CMS, and WCMS) platforms such as Veeva Vault, OpenText (Documentum), Hyland, OmniDocs, Adobe Experience Manager, Sitecore, EpiServer, Wordpress and Drupal.