Navigating SOPs and Documents in a Regulated Digital World
Companies worldwide are faced with managing the growing amount of content for standard operating procedures (SOPs), contracts, internal policies, and compliance related documentation.
According to the latest study by IDC Financial Insights, there is an overall dissatisfaction with existing content management systems, cross-departmental collaboration, and content consistency. Attend this eSeminar, to gain insight into the challenges of document management in a regulated environment and discover how you can optimize your existing infrastructure to enable an automated workflow.
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Please join thought leaders:
Marc DeCastro Research Director at IDC Financial Insights
Time: 7:00 am PST | 8:00 am MST | 10:00 am EST | 16:00 CET
Duration: 60 minutes
As an industry veteran, Marc DeCastro provides extensive information technology expertise to assist IT managers with all facets of web-based technologies for online strategies within financial institutions, including home based banking, bill payment, check imaging, cash management services for corporate and legacy system data transformation.
Richard has more than 25 years of experience in business process analysis, solution architecture, and software design, which he applies to the financial services and life sciences industries. He works directly with leading financial companies, life sciences companies, and standards organizations to create publishing solutions that meet the evolving requirements for investment research reporting, fund fact sheet publishing, and pharmaceutical drug submissions.
Director of Financial Services Solutions at Quark
Date: November 15, 2012