MIAMI, FL. JUNE 12, 2018 — ArisGlobal, LLC, a leading provider of integrated cloud-based software solutions for life sciences, will present will present at the 2nd World Congress on Regulatory Affairs for Medical Devices to be held in London, UK, from July 2-3, 2018, on the topic “Can Medical Devices Learn from Pharma: Shared Challenges, Similar Opportunities!”
David Scanlon, Senior Director Regulatory Strategy at ArisGlobal, will present on July 2, 1:30 to 2:00 pm, as part of the conference’s session 2 track. Mr. Scanlon will draw upon the similarities and differences observed between the pharmaceutical and medical device industries, and will describe the potential opportunities to leverage learning from both industries as they move towards more global regulatory coherence.
“My session will focus on how data can be viewed as an asset, opening up opportunities for automation and productivity gains,” said David. “This will require more integrated end-to-end (E-2-E) solutions that have data governance and data exploitation enabled within their design.”
ArisGlobal is an exhibitor (Booth #2) and will be showcasing LifeSphere® Regulatory, its cognitive computing platform for regulatory affairs, and REGISTER for Medical Devices, the Regulatory Information Management System (RIMS) that enables real-time tracking throughout every step of the device registration process. Attendees are invited to meet with ArisGlobal staff to learn about its innovative and leading regulatory affairs platform.
ArisGlobal is a visionary technology company that’s transforming the way today’s most successful life sciences companies develop breakthroughs and bring new products to market. The ArisGlobal LifeSphere® cognitive technology platform integrates machine-learning capabilities to automate the core functions of the product lifecycle. Designed with deep expertise and a long-term perspective that spans more than 30 years, our cognitive platform delivers actionable insights, boosts efficiency, ensures compliance, and lowers total cost of ownership through multi-tenancy.