Document fidelity, accuracy & compliance within Life Sciences – Live Technical Session!
By Raymond Sabharwal | April 10, 2014
Register here for the Live Technical Seminar on April 24th in New Jersey“Talent wins games, but teamwork and intelligence wins championships”. – Michael Jordan
Most CIO and IT decision-makers are trying to introduce efficiency within their team while reducing budgets. Sometimes you don’t need to invest in new resources or tools to enhance productivity. You can just integrate or turn on the additional features within the existing technologies. But then there are instances where a small investment in additional technologies could result in huge cost savings in addition to enhanced productivity.
If you have deployed EMC Documentum in one department or area of your business to take care of your document-to-PDF transformation needs rather than deploying enterprise wide, then you have an opportunity to increase efficiency.
Adlib and its partners come together - join us in Jersey!
Sometimes it takes a team to make things work efficiently. To help enterprise organizations achieve more from their investment and gain competitive advantages, Adlib has developed a well-defined Partner Program. Riding on this strength, a Live Technical Seminar is planned for April 24 in Princeton, NJ at the Hyatt Regency. The intent is to have like-minded professionals come together and review common challenges and potential resolutions. With this collective brain power in one place, it will be electrifying, to say the least.
EMC Documentum for Life Sciences
I believe a good number of challenges the professionals using EMC Documentum (Enterprise Content Management) within Life Sciences are facing are around:
- Converting content to PDF
- Improving the quality, fidelity and accuracy of rendered output
- Ensuring the output meets regulatory submission standards
This is just scratching the surface without going into content archiving, searchability, publishing or capture discussions. These discussions gain significance in light of the proposed changes to Advanced Rendering in Documentum.
Technical session and opportunity to network with industry leaders
A good deed starts with a small step. I think it will be worth your time and investment to join this live complimentary breakfast seminar on April 24
- Document rendering upgrade path within EMC Documentum
- Documentum, Generis, CSC and Adlib PDF integration
You will also have the opportunity to interact with industry leaders and your peers. Register here. Looking forward to seeing you there!
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