LAS VEGAS May 22, 2012
- EMC renews commitment to key industry with series of pre-configured solutions for Life Sciences companies; first available solution addresses Quality and Manufacturing
- Solutions deliver a unified, configurable document control platform for compliance with FDA 21 CFR Part 11 regulations
For more than 20 years, the Life Sciences industry and governments have relied on the Documentum brand for new drug and product submissions and on-going compliance. In delivering these solutions, EMC renews its commitment to a treasured industry.
- Simplified compliance: automated policy enforcement that enables compliance with FDA 21 CFR Part 11 compliance
- Process quality and innovation: unify quality and control across document lifecycles and ensures process consistency
- Ease of use: simplify document handling, streamline collaborative authoring, and enable compliant use of SharePoint® and Microsoft® Word
- EMC OnDemand, a managed service by EMC experts, increases agility, saves time and costs, improves IT efficiency, and simplifies management of highly-complex applications.
EMC OnDemand is a hybrid cloud deployment model for enterprise-class applications, designed to help customers accelerate their journey to the cloud. Developed using a range of best-in-class technologies from VMware, RSA and EMC, the infrastructure can contain one or many EMC and EMC partner products and can be completely portable from one data center to another. It also enables customers to provision and configure the system for rapid deployment.
In addition to the Life Sciences solutions, EMC OnDemand is available for EMC® Documentum® D2 for configuring intuitive user client interfaces to the EMC® Documentum® platform, EMC® Captiva® for enterprise capture, EMC® Document Sciences® for customer communications management and EMC® Documentum® for enterprise content management.
John O’Melia, Vice President of Worldwide Services for the Information Intelligence Group, EMC
"EMC is thrilled to deliver solutions for Life Sciences, marking a return to a key industry in a big way with comprehensive offerings that deliver highly configurable compliance products. Our focus on Good Manufacturing Processes enables companies to avoid costly disruptions and fines that easily reach seven figures."
The Information Intelligence Group division of EMC is focused on four key strategic priorities for customer success – delighting the "New User" of the Post PC era with a compelling, fast and modern user experience across a variety of end-point devices; accelerating our customers’ journey to the cloud; delivering pervasive governance to protect information wherever it exists, and helping our customers transform their business with high value solutions. The Documentum Life Sciences Solution Suite is designed to help our customers transform their business.
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