Download your at-a-glance guide to choosing an eRegulatory solution.
As a research coordinator or administrator, being buried under a mountain of paper files is something that doesn’t have to happen often before the light bulb in your head suddenly glows with the realization that there must be a better way.
Light bulbs are clicking on in similar fashion across the industry, and their accumulated illumination is shining on eRegulatory systems. The rate at which organizations are adopting eRegulatory systems makes it quite clear that it’s only a matter of time before the eRegulatory bandwagon shows up in your site’s parking lot.
In the face of that inevitability, some sites succumb to the temptation to develop a homegrown solution, often using shared drives. “Homegrown” is wonderful for tomatoes. Not so good for something that must deliver real value, increase efficiency, and ensure compliance. A professional solution, created by experts in both regulatory responsibilities and information technology, will save time, and dramatically reduce your dependence on aspirin.
The good news is that the number of technology providers in the space has increased. The bad news is that the influx of new providers can complicate the selection of the solution that is right for your organization. There are many aspects to consider. Does the system meet 21 CFR Part 11 requirements? Does it provide the necessary security and access controls? Does it support eSignatures? Will the system scale to meet future needs?
Without answers to those and many other questions, selecting the right system for your site becomes little more than a roll of the dice.
Complion, a pioneer in eRegulatory space, wants to provide you with the tools necessary to make an informed, deliberate decision as your organization steps into the future. Complion’s new eRegulatory Buyer’s Guide provides a detailed breakdown of the critical considerations for selecting an eRegulatory system. This guide provides an at-a-glance perspective on functionality, visibility, scalability, ease of use, and many other considerations.
As the guide explains:
“Choosing an eRegulatory solution isn’t about finding the one with the most features or offerings, it’s about finding the solution that is most applicable to your institution’s current and future needs, and the vendor that will partner with you to ensure your needs are met along the way."
When the time comes to choose your eRegulatory solution -- and that time is coming soon -- be certain that you are making the right decision for your organization.
Download your copy of Complion’s eRegulatory Buyer’s Guide today, and see the light!