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Intraversed builds business information resource management on three foundational principles that deliver solid business assurance for better business decisions.
"Intraversed have provided their information management products and services to me for several years. They have always established cost effective and appropriate solutions and helped ensure the governance, quality and integrity of our information in support of our clinical, medical and regulatory operations...
The customer service has been outstanding and the team always take the time to ensure they fully understand the scope of the project before beginning work and provide great followup and technical support once the project has concluded. The success of the first initiative, which saved hundreds of thousands of dollars, led to other data management initiatives being implemented by Intraversed for Pharmaxisʼ Medical department."
Head of Regulatory Affairs - Global
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"I worked with Mark and Terry at Telstra from September 2004 through October 2006. Mark & Terry were engaged to help us with establishing governance, defining information, and education in information quality management. They were always extremely professional in their approach, very knowledgeable in the TIQM process, quickly adapted to the Telstra environment and language, and their input was an essential and vital part of the company's ability to migrate customer records to the new system when it was introduced...
I found them to be honest, team players, hard workers and always committed to the task for which they had been engaged. They displayed an admirable work ethic, treated confidential matters appropriately and sensitively, and showed initiative and a willingness to achieve the company's objectives."
Manager, Revenue Center of Excellence (Retired)
In Season Two of the Netflix production 'A Series of Unfortunate Events', we see the Bauldelaire children befriend Hal, the overseer of a hospital records library. In Hal’s library, records arrive down a chute and filing can begin. In keeping with the quirky nature of the series, it’s clear that while Hal runs an imbecilely tidy and efficient library, filing things immediately and with minimal fuss, the system has been created to get things filed without much thought to why anyone might want to file, keep or access the items being filed. It’s a humorous and silly twist in the ongoing saga, but for those of us who’ve worked in or with large organisations, that create large amounts of (particularly digital) information, it cuts amusingly close to the bone.Read it
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