Cradle to Grave: Announcing EMC Documentum Submission Store and View

Life sciences organizations need assurance that they not only have a complete view of regulatory activity, and all communications and interactions associated, but they have it at their fingertips 24x7x365.  So if pharmaceutical companies are still storing their electronic submission documents somewhere on a file server, or manually digging around for all the different communications and interactions, a cradle-to-grave solution is exactly what the doctor ordered.

Today, I am pleased to introduce EMC Documentum Submission Store and View (SSV), a simplified way to store, search and retrieve submission documentation and all associated correspondence while adhering to the utmost in security and compliance regulations.

As part of the EMC Documentum for Life Sciences Solution Suite, Documentum SSV links regulatory correspondence and communications to submission files, enabling a 360-degree view of regulatory activity. This means that organizations now have one, centralized repository for all submission documents – that also includes all associated communications and interactions – for easier access and retrieval, whenever they need it.

Documentum SSV also automatically stores electronic common technical documents (eCTD), non-eCTD electronic submissions (NeeS) and paper submissions into a scalable Documentum repository that delivers advanced security, audit trail, metadata and indexing capabilities. More specifically, Documentum SSV:

  • Allows users to set security and access controls for stronger compliance
  • Incorporates an out of the box integration with Microsoft Outlook to quickly and easily add correspondence
  • Includes a faceted navigation and auto-assigning of document types and submission properties for quick search and retrieval of documents  

IDC Quote Documentum SSV extends EMC’s commitment to life sciences customers by addressing a critical aspect of their regulatory submission process, the ability to easily access and retrieve all regulatory documents and interactions from a centralized repository. This new addition to the Documentum for Life Sciences Solution Suite means organizations can now release themselves from the clutches of locating and managing disparate documents and communications and, instead, turn their attention to more important tasks like getting their products to market faster.

Let us know what you think or come visit us at booth #602 at DIA EDM and ERS 2014 conference in Washington, D.C.! Otherwise be sure to register for the October 21 EMC and IDC webcast, with EMC’s Senior Director of Life Sciences Product Management, Jennifer Wemstrom,on Documentum SSV.

About the Author: Rohit Ghai