KISS Your Pharma Content Problems Goodbye
In this concise and insightful white paper, pharmaceutical industry veteran Tracy Rockney provides a candid assessment of the current medical information model. With observations based on 20 years of industry experience, Rockney casts a critical eye on today’s inefficient medical content management and offers a path forward to reduce cost and regulatory risk and bring products to market faster.
Anyone involved in the assessment and selection of content management systems will want to read this important paper.
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The Four Stage Maturity Model
Too many companies are not fulfilling their growth potential because they are held back by content inefficiencies. Mission critical information is lost, replicated, or wrong, costing time, resources, and money.
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9 REASONS TO MOVE TO A SAAS AUTHORING PLATFORM
Technology experts consistently predict a strong future for the SaaS model.
Content authoring, publishing and localization is particularly well suited to cloud computing, so it is feasible that some of the biggest authoring-software challenges of our time may be resolved through an integrated SaaS solution.
Lost in Translation: A Look at Localization
Whether you choose to manage translation in-house or to outsource it to an external vendor, localization can be complicated and expensive. Costs can be unpredictable and can quickly get out of control, particularly if you don't know what to expect. End this cycle and make localization easy for your entire enterprise.
Why Components: A Modern Approach to the World's Content Problem
Too many knowledge workers have issues finding mission critical information required to perform daily duties within an organization. When not found, the content is recreated and stored again for the Nth time. This can waste resources, damage the brand, and diminish the “one” organizational message. The solution? Components.
Component Content Management
This article will explain what content management is and how it can help your organization more efficiently write higher quality and more effective documentation, reuse and share content across documents, have strict control over standards and branding, publishing that content to print, help, and web formats, and significantly reduce the cost of localizing content.
Seven Challenges of Implementing a Content Management System
The term “double-edged sword” may have been created with content management systems in mind. On one edge, they hold great promise for organizations in terms of their ability to create and manage content that is more accurate, less costly to produce, and more consistent in appearance and message.