5 Key Criteria for Selecting a Quality Document Management Platform

The exponential growth of content, increasing regulatory pressures and digital transformation have driven the quality, manufacturing and compliance areas of life sciences to push the management of quality documents to the top of their regulatory agenda. Maintaining compliance with FDA GxP standards requires the operational efficiency, visibility, and risk mitigation provided by a modern-day quality document management system. 

The reality is, many life sciences companies have legacy ECM systems that are siloed, have been acquired through M&A, or are nearing end of life. These organizations will inevitably have to prepare for upgrading to a system that provides the digital capabilities required by today’s quality operations, such as collaboration, search, analytics, and content lifecycle management. 

In this complimentary webinar, Doug Vargo, Paragon’s Digital Information Management practice lead, and Troy Carter, leader of the Quality Content Services practice, present how to determine the content management approach and platform that will help your organization implement a fully regulated, cost efficient and highly competitive quality content management platform.

During this webinar, you will learn:

  • Trends driving the direction of quality document management
  • How to evaluate your internal environment to determine organizational needs
  • Key criteria to consider in the platform selection process

Meet the Presenters:

Doug Vargo is the leader of Paragon’s Digital Information Management team, which focuses on ensuring organizations have effective, pervasive content management strategies, business processes and technology to ensure the right content is available at the right time, for the right person. Doug provides business process and technology solutions that apply to the generation, management, use, compliance and disposition of enterprise content. Prior to joining Paragon, Doug was the Director of Records Information Management for Rusco, Inc., where he was responsible for the implementation and validation of Document and Records Management Systems at several life sciences companies with a specialization FDA compliance. Doug holds a BS in Environmental Science from Slippery Rock University, PA.

Troy Carter leads the Quality Content Services practice for Paragon’s Quality, Manufacturing and Compliance domain, where he helps companies gain control of GxP information in a way that ensures compliance, user adoption, and efficiency.  He has worked around the world providing strategic planning, business analysis, and program management to life sciences companies looking to implement best in class Quality Management Systems.  In addition to working in the pharmaceutical and medical device industries, he has owned and operated several startup companies.  Troy holds a BS in EE from Penn State and an MS in Computer Science from Hood College, MD.

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