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Lost in Translation - the Case for Centralized Content Management

Today, competing successfully in the life sciences market demands the right combination of business agility and control. Agility so that organizations can get their product to-market quicker and control to ensure compliance across local market requirements. But this industry, which is subject to stringent, diverse and frequently changing regulation, has a tendency to manage content in an inefficient and error-prone way.

Even with the continued advances in electronic content management, many companies in the life sciences industry continue to manage local translations in a highly fragmented way – despite escalating costs and the risk to safety and speed-to-market.

 

In this webinar, AMPLEXOR’s Jason Arnsparger shares insights and a customer case study related to:

✔ Establishing communication within different departments to improve the development process
✔ Improving tracking and control systems in order to have constant updates about global regulations
✔ How an effective centralized content management system can streamline translation workflows, maintain regulatory compliance, and improve overall quality control

✔ The consolidation of content to facilitate content sharing among co-workers and translation/language services suppliers regardless of location

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Meet the Speaker

Jason Arnsparger

Jason Arnsparger is Program Manager at AMPLEXOR Life Sciences and has been in the localisation industry for 13 years. He works with life sciences companies to define, develop and implement strategic processes and systems to streamline the product development and localisation life cycle. Before joining AMPLEXOR, Jason worked at a leading medical device company where he led the way in developing the localisation process and continuous process improvements. Jason has a BA in modern languages, is a certified Project Management Professional from the Project Management Institute, US, is a certified Six Sigma Green Belt and is training for his Six Sigma Black Belt certification.