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Thomson Reuters Launches Liquent PublishPerfect(TM)
Date:2/9/2009

Software Allows Users To Compile, Publish, Review, and Approve Documents Seamlessly

PHILADELPHIA and LONDON, Feb. 9 /PRNewswire/ -- The Healthcare and Science business of Thomson Reuters today announced the introduction of Liquent PublishPerfect, an enterprise publishing product that enables the efficient, integrated, and compliant publishing of reports. The seamless document management system integration provides an uninterrupted user experience from compilation to approval.

"In a market where time is of the essence, Liquent PublishPerfect allows users to remain in one program instead of going between several," said Jeff Huntsman, Vice President Global Sales, Services & Software Solutions at Thomson Reuters. "The resulting reports are generated to the PDF specification as required by regulatory authorities, saving time and money."

Features of Liquent PublishPerfect include:

  • Separate stand-alone publishing process outside of Submission Publishing.
  • 100% web-based solution that requires no software installation.
  • Provides additional information publishing such as watermarks, overlays and bookmarks.
  • Compliant outputs.

Liquent PublishPerfect equips each unique document management system to create PDF documents that are fully compliant with the specifications of the regulatory authorities. It provides users the flexibility to carry out internal quality control and review notification procedures efficiently and within one program.

For more information on Liquent PublishPerfect, please visit http://scientific.thomsonreuters.com/regsolutions or the Thomson Reuters Services and Software Solutions booth #301 at DIA EDM in Philadelphia, PA, February 10-11, 2009.

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