How to accelerate critical business processes for Life Sciences today
Webinar: How to accelerate critical business processes for Life Sciences today
Join the conversation between FME and Adlib to learn how leading Life Sciences organizations accelerate their critical business processes by automating content workflows across their enterprise.
This webinar spotlights best practice use cases for Regulatory Submissions Rendering, PDF/A (archival), capture, document compression, records management, data migration and more that are essential to serving highly regulated industries, with a focus on Life Sciences.
After graduating from SUNY at Delhi in 1989 with an Associate's Degree in Electrical Technologies, working for GEC Alstom servicing clients in Power Generation. Mr. D'Entrone then graduated from Northeastern University in Boston Massachusetts in 1999 and accepted a position for a Biotech company in Boston entering into the Enterprise Content Management (ECM) space. Mr. D'Entrone then went on to work for IT services organizations providing ECM consulting services to clients in industries such as Life Sciences, Manufacturing, and Finance. In 2007 Mr. D'Entrone founded DT Technologies Inc. continuing to provide ECM consulting services till entering into a joint venture with fme AG in March of 2010.
As a founding partner and Vice President of Customer Success at Adlib, Scott has spent his entire career in content management, covering various elements of the industry including capture, archival, storage, document and records management and Enterprise Content Transformation. Scott has a passion for engaging with Adlib’s customers and partners to ensure that Adlib products, services and culture reflect their values. This company-wide customer focus includes specific oversight of the Customer Care, Support and Success teams. Scott’s contributions offer advice, perspective, and insight for any organization with Enterprise Content Transformation challenges. Scott is an avid blogger and featured speaker at many industry and trade events such as the Association for Information and Image Management(AIIM) and the Drug Information Association (DIA). Scott holds an Honours BA from the University of Toronto.