Content to PDF Transformation in ENOVIA V6
By Noriko Oyama | November 3, 2011
In the life sciences industry, leading companies are looking for software and best practices that automate the conversion of documents to PDF, to streamline business processes to improve collaboration, increase efficiency, mitigate risk and reduce costs.
Time-consuming and error-prone PDF rendering in life sciences organizations can hold products off the market for days, costing millions of dollars in lost revenue. Accurate PDF rendering is also critical in publishing Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) documentation.
These challenges are solved with content-to-PDF transformation, enabled by the partnership between Dassault Systèmes Industry Services and Adlib. The alliance delivers end-to-end document management and content transformation based on the tight integration of ENOVIA V6 with Adlib.
Consumer Health and Medical Device Company
Two different divisions of the world’s sixth-largest consumer health company and the world’s largest medical devices and diagnostics company headquartered in New Jersey use ENOVIA with Adlib to produce SOPs for the production floor. Thousands of high-fidelity, FDA-compliant documents are rendered on a daily basis to keep automated SOP assembly, publishing and archiving running smoothly for scientists, plant managers and others.
One of the world's most diverse health care companies ranked in the top 100 of the FORTUNE 500 and is headquartered in Chicago is using Dassault Systèmes to handle FDA submissions with Adlib as their PDF rendering solution. Working from the ENOVIA platform, just one click begins the PDF conversion process, merging multitudes of documents into one.
Medical Technology Company
One of the global leaders in medical technology that is headquartered in Minneapolis uses the combined ENOVIA/Adlib solution for 501(k) pre-market notification reporting and SOPs, which must be kept beyond the lifespan of their products. Content-to-PDF transformation allows this medical technology company to archive specifications and details to meet strict FDA standards.
When one of the world leaders in musculoskeletal health care and related surgical products, headquartered in Indiana, went through an acquisition, a different division revealed they were using Adlib to render PDFs, and that there was a need to seamlessly integrate with ENOVIA V6. The different divisions have found that using Adlib and ENOVIA together have allowed the company to cut costs, implementation and training time. Now the company's regulatory group is easily rendering high-quality, accurate PDFs to meet submission approval timelines.
The Adlib/Dassault Systèmes ENOVIA V.6 integration is also solving content-to-PDF transformation challenges for companies in discrete manufacturing, aerospace and financial services industries.
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