Compliance

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Using Automation Technology to Manage Regulatory Compliance

Now more than ever, the demand for safe and effective medical drugs is increasing on a global scale. This means that regulatory affairs teams are working overtime to interpret, apply, and communicate the guidelines received from governing bodies like the FDA and EMA when it comes to developing new drugs. And when medical drugs are approved, they must then be made available for use on a global scale. As a result, all content must be adapted to meet the legal and cultural requirements of markets beyond the country in which they were produced.

by Kayla Caticchio | July 28, 2020

What to Expect as GDPR Makes Its Way to the United States

It’s a year into life post-GDRP. Amazingly, the world goes on. In fact, the General Data Protection Regulation in the European Union has gone according to plan, to the point that similar legislation is being considered in other parts of the world, including the United States.

UK Manufacturers Ponder Post-Brexit Proofreading Impact on Packaging

With United Kingdom Prime Minister Theresa May announcing her resignation, the country’s economic future with Brexit looming over its head is as uncertain as ever. Imagine how individual companies are feeling in the aftermath of her decision and ultimate inability to negotiate a deal for Britain’s exit from the European Union.