Simplify and Standardize your Approach to Managing Content Changes to Regulated Labels, Multi-page Documents and IFUs
When a logo, product name or compliance statement used in Medical Device labels or Instructions for Use (IFUs) needs to change, finding all the places where it is used, and then performing updates, can prove a significant administrative activity.
Making mass changes to labels can not only be expensive, but it can also create costly delays in the supply chain. Best practice optimizes automation to streamline the process, reducing the cost of making a change significantly and reducing risk. Mass change tools allow companies to identify elements that need to be changed at the push of a button and accelerate revisions all the way to the production line.
By using best practices and the right platform, you can keep track of the usage links between content, quickly providing details of the labels or multi-page documents that make use of certain content, such as specific images or phrases.
Join us for an information packed webinar on Monday 14th December at 9am EST/2pm GMT/3pm CET on ‘Push the Button on Content ‘Mass Change’ Events & Labeling’ to better understand how Simplify and Standardize your Approach to Managing Content Changes to Regulated Labels, Multi-page Documents and IFUs.
SVP Global Sales, PRISYM ID
Warren Stacey is the SVP Global Sales at PRISYM ID, responsible for leading and driving results from the global sales team. He has a detailed knowledge of the regulated content and label management industry and is committed to empowering global pharmaceutical, clinical trial and medical device companies to overcome operational challenges and achieve excellence at speed.
Warren is passionate in identifying and securing new business opportunities, whilst building business within our existing global client base to create year on year revenue growth. His belief in delivering market leading products to gain customer satisfaction is infectious and result’s in PRISYM ID having an enviable blue-chip customer base which is rapidly growing.
Senior Director Labeling Solutions, Network Partners
Chris has over 25 years’ experience in labeling for the medical device industry. Before joining Network Partners in 2016 he was responsible for choosing and implementing a Global Labeling System for Orthopaedic giant Zimmer at eight separate design control sites including a European Distribution site. The results was a shared validated, system and due to the ability to print single language IFU’s (Instructions For Use) at the point of distribution, Zimmer saved over $6MM/yr. and reduced its waste stream of paper by over 175 tons/year.
Since then Chris has worked with dozens of industry leading manufacturers to improve their labeling processes, gain compliance to EU MDR requirements and deploy Global Enterprise Labeling Systems.