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Virtify, Inc. Delivers Industry's First Enterprise Content Compliance Software Suite for Life Sciences Companies
Date:6/22/2009

ent compliance solution;
  • User friendly Web 2.0 interface; familiar Microsoft/desktop-like conventions promote ease-of-use for non-technical users in business, clinical, regulatory, and manufacturing functions;
  • Shared content repository, which separates content from structure enabling Virtify's unique "create once, publish many" approach to managing regulated content. Changes made once, can be leveraged across all applications and publishing outputs; and
  • Common metadata repository enabling standard nomenclature across all products improving data accuracy and flow, and overall interoperability across the entire Virtx ECC software suite.

  • "Life sciences companies are increasingly challenged as global health and regulatory authorities enact strict regulations and fines surrounding new and emerging mandates and e-standards," said Dr. Satish Tadikonda, president and founder of Virtify. "Effectively managing these processes directly impacts a life sciences company's ability to compete. Virtify's flexible and robust solution is built specifically to streamline compliance processes, enabling enormous time and cost efficiencies, while bringing higher quality products to market faster and more efficiently."

    The Virtx Enterprise Content Compliance Software Suite

    All Virtx products are web-based and can be licensed separately or in combination as part of an integrated enterprise content compliance solution. The software is also designed to leverage a company's existing technology infrastructure including standard security systems, databases and legacy document management systems. The complete software suite includes:

    Regulatory eCompliance Products

    • Virtx SPL - Labeling application that complies with US FDA SPL R4 and PLR formats
    • Virtx eCTD - eCTD builder, viewer and publisher suppor
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