Document management is one of the core capabilities in any pharmaceutical company, with many end users supporting the central processes of clinical documentation and regulatory submission. When implementing new electronic document management systems (EDMS), or upgrading existing ones, it is, therefore, of great importance to choose a partner that understands both the technical and organizational complexities of life sciences EDMS, and has worked with the entire life cycle of EDMS, from designing the solution to implementing it and supporting and hosting it. NNIT is such a partner.
NNIT has 15 years of experience in implementation and maintenance of large, business critical EDMS for pharmaceutical customers. Many teams in NNIT are dedicated to EDMS and have experience in all aspects of EDMS, following NNIT’s Advise-Build-OperateSupport model:
NNIT has dedicated EDMS architects and clinical and regulatory affairs consultants to assist you in the analysis prior to implementation.
Integration specialists can advise you on how to optimize the potential of EDMS through integration with other critical systems, such as publishing systems, regulatory information management systems, clinical systems, and ERP systems.
Migration specialists can assist with the best and most costeffective way of migrating content from legacy systems to new platforms.
Project managers and validation experts can assist you in making the implementation into your environments with full regulatory compliance with GxP requirements.
NNIT has dedicated EDMS support teams with a high focus on efficiency and functional expertise.
NNIT is hosting large pharmaceutical EDMS installations, with capabilities in both traditional and cloudbased infrastructure.
NNIT assists pharmaceutical companies in establishing and maintaining systems that more easily adapt to new regulatory requirements and better supports clinical, regulatory, and quality procesess. With NNIT as your EDMS partner, you will receive advice on the benefits of new functionalities, new integrations, and new infrastructure that may fundamentally change the options at hand.
Article written: 2016