The Great Regulatory Summit: Where Regulatory Submissions Reigns Supreme

    This year, the Informa eRegulatory Summit and Global Regulatory Affairs Summit combined into one large conference to bring all their global regulations events under one roof.

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    When it comes to regulatory information and submitting to Health Authorities, the world of Regulatory Affairs is becoming increasingly integrated. In regulatory submissions, ideas, people and policies are spread further and faster than ever, and the world is listening. And so are these two events.

    Regulatory Submissions at the Global Regulatory Affairs Summit and eRegulatory Summit

    The Global Regulatory Affairs Summit and the eRegulatory Summit were co-located to help increase the exchange of ideas. Not only were attendees able to meet, discuss and network with other regulatory professionals from around the world, but they were also able to hear from leaders in the data and regulatory submissions worlds to enhance their knowledge of the industry as a whole.

    Not only did AMPLEXOR Life Sciences exhibit at this event, our own Damir Stanić gave a presentation entitled, “Turn Compliance into Value – Decrease Complexity, Increase Compliance and Reduce Total Costs of Ownership.” Stanić’s presentation was well-received as he touched on points related to a more integral approach to regulatory submissions. During his presentation, he described how this more integral approach can help people avoid data and content redundancy, as well as cut down on the number of errors caused by manual work.

    “All participants…are potential users of our systems. If they are not decision makers, they are influencers,” says Stanić, of the importance of connecting with regulatory submissions conference attendees.

    Published on    Last updated on 20/09/2019

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