LORENZ describes the annual conference as the “meeting point for those interested in the digitization of regulatory affairs… information about new regulatory guidelines, pitfalls with change management or views from regulatory agencies.”
I will be presenting at one of the popular table tutorial sessions four times during the morning of Thurs., Sept. 23rd – specifically, Table 5 at 8:30, 9:15, 10:45, and 11:30 a.m. I’ll talk about how the largest pharmaceutical companies (and othe enterprises) optimize the success of their eCTD submissions by leveraging submission-ready PDF rendering to meet regulatory standards. I will also be discussing the role of PDF/A.
I am looking forward to the dialogue with LORENZ customers and guests about the delivery of flawlessly formatted PDFs to reduce document QA times, cut costs, speed up submission preparation, and reduce the potential for rejection due to formatting errors.
Recently I spoke on this subject at a Toronto-area meeting of the Regulatory Affairs Professional Society (RAPS) hosted by LORENZ called “eCTD Management in an Evolving Regulatory Environment.” Attendees, including representatives from Health Canada, asked questions about the use of PDF conversion, recognition and publishing solutions in the life sciences industry.
About the Author
As a senior executive, Scott has spent the last 20 years building Adlib into the thriving organization it is today. Scott has held customer-focused leadership roles spanning success, professional services, marketing, and support. He is passionate about business growth, the human impact of technology, and the pursuit of an ideal customer experience measured in the customers’ terms.