Information Technology (IT) is the backbone of any life sciences company and is necessary for collecting, archiving, and analyzing complex data.
What technology to choose? With the abundance of hardware, software, and database technologies on the market, compatibility is key. Does your life sciences company have the resources and ability to research and implement technology that will keep you up and running and continuously compliant?
When the technology is in place, who will ensure that employees are well-trained on the software and following established procedures? How will you maximize the return on investment (ROI) of your IT investments?
USDM Life Sciences provides expert assessments and value-driven roadmaps to identify critical business needs and enable your organization to improve its data, application, and technology capabilities. This includes documenting your processes, procedures, and business requirements and working together to prioritize systems, develop timelines for implementation, and select vendors.
In these short videos, Erin Christy, VP of Emerging Life Sciences and Clinical Solutions, discusses the importance of an IT Roadmap and when your emerging company should implement one.
To watch the full-length on-demand webinar, click here.
Building a Compliant IT Roadmap
When it comes to building a compliant IT roadmap, USDM has the knowledge and experience to get you to your desired destination. We will:
- Identify business imperatives for IT investments
- Align IT investments with key milestones and regulatory applications
- Select IT platforms and solutions to support your business objectives
- Prioritize implementation
- Provide budget estimates and resource requirements
- Assess required skills and capabilities, headcount, and budgets
Unique IT Roadmaps for Unique Life Sciences Needs
Whether you are a pre-commercial emerging company or a global pharma company integrating multiple companies amid M&A events, USDM addresses your company’s needs for talent, maturity, existing technology, and business strategy.
From your general and administrative (G&A) systems to lab, clinical, quality, manufacturing, and other GxP systems, we know the technology and we know how to optimize it. We have more than two decades of experience applying life sciences best practices, we’ve built a large network of technology partners, and we understand the fundamentals for future-proofing your IT strategy.
Download our Emerging Life Sciences datasheet to see a sample IT Roadmap for regulated and non-regulated needs. We can help you customize this
USDM’s life sciences technology expertise includes:
- Building Management Systems
- Clinical Systems (CDMS, CTMS, EDC, eTMF, ePRO, IRT)
- Content Management Systems
- Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)
- Equipment Qualification
- Freezer Systems
- Laboratory Systems (ELN, Freezer Management, LIMS)
- Manufacturing Systems (ERP, PLM)
- Quality Systems (LMS, Quality Document Management, QMS)
- Regulatory Publishing
- Safety Systems and Signal Detection
- UDI & Serialization
- and more
Select technology partners we work with to ensure their technology is fit for regulated use:
- And many more
Contact USDM to start discussing your strategic IT roadmap today.
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