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MasterControl and Datafarm Launch GxP2eCTD at the DIA 45th Annual Meeting
Date:6/23/2009

asterControl's secure document repository to the eCTD submission in Datafarm's S-Cubed® solution while maintaining the full integrity and compliance of submissions. The seamless integration of MasterControl with the proven S-Cubed® eCTD solution provides a secure repository for the submissions document before, during and after submission publishing. Furthermore, the MasterControl Submissions Locker™ can provide control of the submission after publication within MasterControl just as the source documents used in the submission.

Michael Bothe, Vice President of Business Development at MasterControl, said, "It is exciting to have the ability to offer joint customers of MasterControl and Datafarm a seamless offering. We have tailored GxP2eCTD to meet the needs of small to mid-sized life sciences companies that want to simultaneously implement a complete document management and eSubmissions solution."

MasterControl's electronic document management and control solutions and Datafarm's eSubmissions software both have proven track records of maintaining integrity in electronic submission processes. By integrating the two powerful solutions, users can connect to MasterControl from Datafarm's S-Cubed eCTD without compromising the security or reliability of submissions documents. Using Datafarm's S-Cubed eCTD submission templates and the MasterControl collaboration tool users are able to create submission-ready documents from the beginning of the process while also ensuring that submissions documents are controlled, tracked, and stored
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