John Herzig and Chip Gettinger, RWS; and Val Swisher, Content Rules
How can medical device manufacturers streamline the onboarding of new regulations, approvals, and review processes? Can content processes be improved to reduce manual activities, increase content reuse and optimize global time-to-market?
Join John Herzig, Vice President, North America at RWS, Chip Gettinger, VP Global Solutions Consulting at RWS, and Val Swisher, Founder, and CEO of Content Rules, to find out how structuring your content with centralized management will help your organization to:
• Standardize content processes to avoid duplication of effort and improve governance;
• Reduce the cost of content creation, translation, review, and approval.
• Enhance the content experience for both internal consumers and external customers.
About the sponsor: RWS is the world’s leading provider of technology-enabled language, content management, and intellectual property services. We help our clients to connect with people globally by communicating business-critical content at scale.
RWS works with 19 of the top 20 global medical device manufacturers as well as 19 of the top 20 pharmaceutical companies and 8 of the top 10 contract research organizations. As part of the focus on the life sciences industry, RWS has a team of highly specialized translation experts and linguists who are dedicated to managing the unique nuances of medical and in-vitro device projects. This includes labeling, product manuals, patents, and beyond.
Content Rules is one of the oldest and most well-respected companies in the content strategy, content development, and content optimization arena. The company was founded in 1994 by Val Swisher, one of the foremost experts on global content. Content Rules works with life sciences companies to develop and implement content strategies that maximize content automation and reuse. We help enable medical device and pharma companies to reduce time to market and contain costs associated with creating, managing, and delivering content.