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Sciformix to Present Novel Best Practices in Labeling Management

Published: Friday, February 14, 2014
Last Updated: Thursday, February 13, 2014
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Presentation will highlight how SciLabel Pro employs technology, people and LEAN processes to transform global labeling management, increasing accuracy and efficiency.

Sciformix Corporation has announced its presentation of novel practices in labeling management at the 2nd Annual Pharma Labeling Compliance Conference taking place March 19th-20th in Boston, MA.

Bindu Narang, Director of Scientific Writing and Regulatory Affairs at Sciformix, will introduce SciLabel Pro - a new, integrated managed service designed to automate and streamline the labeling update process and minimize errors, enabling clients to significantly increase the accuracy and efficiency of their global labeling processes.

The presentation, entitled ‘Trends and Best Practices in Label Management and Automation’, will outline the current, global labeling challenges and describe best practice methods and standard operating procedures to streamline the labeling process.

Ms. Narang will introduce SciLabel Pro, an integrated end-to-end workflow management solution, designed to monitor the entire labeling update process, and discuss the impact of best practices and how organizations are implementing them to increase accuracy and efficiency in achieving labeling compliance. Following the presentation, Ms. Narang will be joined by representatives from several big pharma companies for a panel discussion on best practices and adopting automation processes.

Ms. Narang comments, “We understand the dynamic regulatory environment and the increasing number of geographies in which big pharma operate make global labeling compliance a growing challenge. With current processes typically manual,, the process is labor intensive, complex, and costly. Organizations need to develop standard operating procedures and implement innovative tools to streamline their processes, and this conference provides an excellent opportunity to discover and discuss methods that can resolve current labeling compliance issues.”

Manish Soman, President and CEO at Sciformix, comments, “We are delighted to be a sponsor of this year’s Annual Pharma Labeling Compliance Conference, and our support of the event is part of our ongoing investment in the field of labeling compliance. We want to share the knowledge we have gained while working with clients over the years, which has been incorporated into our innovative methodology and approaches to the current labeling challenges.”

Sciformix, premium sponsor of this year’s conference, continues its success in its delivery of global labeling management and automation services. Their labeling compliance experts work closely with the top global pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical, generics, and consumer product organizations to support their labeling compliance needs through the entire product lifecycle.

Through SciLabel Pro, the company’s managed service offering, Sciformix adopts LEAN processes and automation capabilities to address the shortcomings of existing labeling processes and delivers consistent high quality labels in a shorter turnaround time.

Learn more at www.sciformix.com/labeling. Sciformix has extensive offshore services in safety and risk management, regulatory affairs and operations and clinical research and post-approval support.

The 2nd Annual Pharma Labeling Compliance Conference brings together leading global labeling and regulatory affairs professionals to exchange best practices of compliance around the constantly evolving FDA regulations and to discover proven solutions to industry challenges including meeting compliance standards, approval processes and managing submissions to facilitate label changes.


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