Bespoke and often document-centric approaches to labeling deployed across the pharmaceutical industry are just not keeping pace with increasing pharmacovigilance and regulatory requirements. Increased global focus on serialization and new industry standards including ISO IDMP both require a new approach to managing content to enable robust traceability across manufacturer, provider, patient and regulator domains. Current document-led approaches are simply no longer viable.
By choosing Veraciti™, organizations are released from the constraints imposed by legacy and home grown labeling solutions. This allows them to embrace new market opportunities ahead of their competitors while ensuring optimal processes for existing products and markets.
Discover how brands are using Kallik to transform and enhance their packaging, labeling and artwork processes.
The results were obvious and very clear to us. We can now achieve global artwork consistency across all our brands. This extends to multiple packaging formats and complex Information for Use leaflets.
Making global artwork changes such as logo or address updates could not be easier using Kallik’s ‘Where Used’ function. We were able to identify 10,000 affected artworks within seconds, with subsequent updates being underpinned by structured workflows and robust audit trails.
Kallik offered us a scalable global solution capable of adapting to ever changing business requirements. We wanted to empower those responsible for the data to enter it directly into the solution. This has enabled the business to drive ownership and accountability into the process.
Kallik has helped us to make our whole product launch process leaner. Compared to our previous way of working, Kallik's Automated Artwork Generator has saved our organisation over €100,000 a year.
Kallik enabled us to come from a process that was impossible to measure to a process we could measure. This benefit of transparency enabled us to focus and address inefficiencies in areas of the business that were true bottlenecks.