- April 3, 2019
- Posted by: admin
- Category: Enterprise Content Management, OpenText
Pharmascience, a preeminent Canadian manufacturer of branded and generic pharmaceutical medications, has deployed OpenText Content Suite to improve its complicated document management demands.
Pharmascience delivers more than 2,000 products with businesses in over 60 countries worldwide. In Canada, more than 45 million prescripts a year are loaded with Pharmascience products.
The company lacked a scalable ECM solution to maintain and secure its document lifecycle and improve respond to rising regulatory requirements. It required a complete range of document governance tools, including workflow management, version control, and audit trails.
OpenText Content Suite and OpenText Regulated Documents served to build an imperative, centralized repository for its most worthwhile business content.
“Operating with the highest standards for quality and regulatory compliance leaves us no room for error and we needed a partner that could operate at our level,” said Denis Beauchemin, head of IT, Pharmascience.
“Our work is high-stakes and highly-regulated, but we need to continue to move quickly and innovate. The solution from OpenText provides us with a single source of truth for our most critical set of documents and ensures our team can access the information they need in the lab, the shop floor, or the boardroom.”
OpenText Professional Services operated with the team at Pharmascience to perform the digital transformation. The Pharmascience team brought their opinion of the regulatory and governance challenges to the table, while OpenText was able to implement proactive solutions leveraging enterprise information management expertise developed by working with 20 of the top 20 life sciences companies worldwide.
Augmenting its IT operational activity, Pharmascience is now controlling with OpenText Managed Services to manage ongoing Enterprise Information Management functions, assuring in-house experts can concentrate on other crucial business demands.
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