Case Study - Pharmaceutical

Regulatory assurance through effective
business information governance

A small pharmaceutical research company discovered that an excel based solution, implemented along with the right governance protocols, delivered better regulatory assurance to their international enterprise than could have been delivered by simply moving to the big-price-tag software solutions they’d been looking to purchase.

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