In this article we’re going to focus on understanding the fundamentals of Unicode, and discuss why this basic knowledge is critical for anyone who is part of a document creation / editing / review / correction workflow in a highly regulated industry.
It’s easy to look back to the 1960s and think about how strange it seems that a human being would sit at a desk all day churning out mathematical calculations. It might not be quite so easy, though, to look at our own organizations today and realize that the exact same technology disruption scenario is happening right before our very eyes, except this time it’s document proofreading instead of mathematics.
RA professionals are working to make sure our medicines are prescribed, consumed and stored correctly. They deserve a little more time to rest easily at the end of their day, knowing their labeling information is all correct.
Fen-Phen, Avastin & Tylenol are a few name brands pharmaceuticals you may already know as having been part of serious recalls, click below to read more details about the industry's most expensive oversights.
As the leading provider of electronic proofreading, it goes without saying that our tool can check for differences in writing, reading order changes, list style difference, compares tables without a hitch and has an easy to understand PDF report, but what do our users think?
We are seeing more an more that in fields like Regulatory Affairs and Quality Assurance where the workloads are increasing due to new regulations, the number of qualified personnel is decreasing. How do these jobs keep up with the workload? What can be done to help? We explore this topic in this blog.
In highly regulated industries such as pharmaceuticals, medical devices, consumer goods and chemical, ensuring correct labeling content is extremely important as one mistake can cause harm to patients or customer and could cost millions...but how does this relate to Bill Murray? Read More to find out!
As companies continue to adopt SaaS/Web/Cloud based models, vendors need to keep up with the times. Traditional machine based software is becoming less and less popular, whereas web based or software as a Service (SaaS) seems to fit the bill.