Industry best practices refined from over 300 customer implementations now publicly available to companies modernizing their quality systems
Veeva Systems announced the availability of the Veeva Quality Content Reference Model to advance quality transformation efforts and drive further standardization in quality management. For the first time, documented best practices from hundreds of successful implementations of Veeva Vault QualityDocs are now publicly available to accelerate system deployment and drive consistent and compliant GxP content practices across the enterprise.
“The Veeva Quality Content Reference Model greatly simplifies stakeholder alignment and gap assessment for companies looking to modernize their quality solutions,” said Jan Paul Zonnenberg, partner, pharmaceutical and life sciences companies, PwC. “The content framework with industry best practices is a positive step for the industry and complements how we see process harmonization improving quality management.”
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Legacy and other document management systems require companies to invest months defining requirements and customizing configurations. This reference model, built right into Vault QualityDocs, streamlines the process by providing a standard document hierarchy, taxonomy, and metadata for organizing and delivering quality content.
Emerging companies and established organizations alike can now align stakeholders and standardize content management across different business functions. The reference model also streamlines collaboration with contract partners that have become increasingly important to the overall product lifecycle.
“Veeva’s quality customers are achieving significant efficiency gains by using our delivered best practices,” said Mike Jovanis, vice president, Vault Quality at Veeva Systems. “Making the Veeva Quality Content Reference Model publicly available will enable further industry standardization and alignment across the life sciences value chain.”
The Veeva Quality Content Reference Model is now available for companies readying to modernize their content management processes and system.
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