Reduce The "Work" in Paperwork: Auto-Classification Of Clinical & Regulatory Documents



In our session, we highlighted key drivers creating increased pressure on life science professionals and provide examples of how AI and Auto-classification are transforming how documentation gets done.

We covered:

  • Documentation challenges within the drug development & regulatory submission processes
  • Intelligent automation solutions to complex document processing




"We've put in thousands and thousands of pages to help the system get to a base understanding of the eTMF folder structure and the types of documents, but there are going be some unique differences potentially in your environment. As we keep adding thousands of pages, the system becomes that much more intelligent. As we get the human in the loop and they start correcting some of the low confidence values, the system is benefiting from that human interaction and learning over time." - Anthony Vigliotti, CPO, Adlib Software.

Read the full recap of the webinar >



A Growing CRO Achieves 75% Reduction In Manual eTMF Management

As the number of clinical trials increased for this growing Contract Research Organization (CRO), it has become increasingly more time-consuming for Clinical Research Associates (CRA) to intake and process documentation from multi-site trials resulting in increased project costs and delays. Current industry trend of knowledgeable clinical workers leaving the workforce put additional strain on the organization as it struggled to hire experienced trial management staff.

Company leadership has turned to technology-based solutions to help alleviate manual document processing and classification to boost efficiency and lower costs.

Learn How By Watching The Webinar Recording!

Landing Page - SCOPE and DIA - hor line





Keith Parent | President 
Court Square Group

Court Square has managed over 5,000 servers for global Life Science clients, including CTMS systems, Global Submission systems, eCTD systems, FDA Gateways, Adverse Event Reporting systems, as well as numerous Clinical Trial systems with 100,000+ users. With over 35 years of technology and leadership experience in the Life Science industry, Keith has a clear understanding of regulatory challenges and the Good System Practices (GSPs) required to maintain a Qualified state for the company’s clients. Keith has been a consultant to Pfizer for over 27 years and has held other leadership positions in the Life Science Industry.

Anthony Vigliotti



Anthony Vigliotti | Chief Product Officer 
Adlib Software

Anthony has 20+ years of experience in Business Workflow and Intelligent Document Processing segment with prior roles at Kofax, Nuance, Notable Solutions (NSi), and Xerox. Anthony brings a well-rounded set of experiences with solution-related roles in Product Management, Alliance and Partner Management, and Product Development. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering and a Master’s Degree in Information Technology, both from the Rochester Institute of Technology. In his spare time, he enjoys the outdoors with a good bike ride or hike, learning to play guitar, or wrenching on cars in the garage.