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Webinar Alert: 'Managing Paper at Its Roots: Extending Beyond Document Management to Enterprise Content Compliance'
Date:5/18/2010

CAMBRIDGE, Mass., May 18 /PRNewswire/ --

What: Virtify, Inc., the market leader in enterprise content compliance (ECC) solutions, will co-host the webinar, "Managing Paper at Its Roots: Extending Beyond Document Management to Enterprise Content Compliance." The Webinar will demonstrate how emerging ECC solutions are accelerating traditional document preparation by compressing the time spent authoring and reviewing content for protocols, submissions, labeling, clinical trial disclosure, and other mandates.

Who:

  • Moderator: William Looney, Editor in Chief, Pharmaceutical Executive
  • Speaker: Dr. Alan Louie, Research Director IDC Health Insights
  • Speaker: Paul Tecca, Director of Product Management, SCM Solutions, Virtify, Inc.

Why Attend: Learn about the latest compliance & content management trends, how ECC solutions are transforming information management, how to maintain compliance with new and evolving standards, and the cost advantages of content-centric approaches to regulatory document management.

When: Tuesday, May 25 at 11:00 a.m. EDT

Where: Register

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