Enterprise Labeling Management in Heavily-Regulated Industries: 5 Critical Success Factors
Something that pharmaceutical/biotech firms, medical device manufacturers, cosmetics companies and oil/chemical processors all have in common is the need to satisfy strict safety controls, including clear product labeling and product traceability. Regulatory rigor is intensifying, and so too are the pressures to bring enterprise labeling under coordinated control. There are some common considerations with any software implementation which are critical to get right.
In this white paper, based on her years of experience of working with clients across heavily-regulated industries, Beth Peckover, VP Global Delivery at Kallik, sets out 5 proven success factors for achieving the desired benefits of an end-to-end global labeling management project.
Quote from White Paper: "A successful change management project will rely on engaging all of the right people and taking them along on the journey. First, it’s important to identify who all the various stakeholders might be. In the case of enterprise labeling, this could include engineers as well as regulatory and marketing resources. It is also a good idea to view potential stakeholders under two main categories: those who will be most influential in the new system’s success, such as senior leaders and actual every-day users; and those who will be most affected, for example if something goes wrong."