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Montrium Connect 3.0 – A New Document & Quality Management Toolset for the New Life Science Business Model

Montrium announced today the release of Montrium Connect 3.0 built on SharePoint 2013, the latest version of its flagship document and quality management platform. An already established compliance management solution within the Life Science industry, Montrium makes further commitments to the advancement of its solution through considerable improvements in end-user experience, dynamic navigational features, smart-access to information and on-demand training.

“The pharmaceutical landscape is undergoing significant change in the way that it works, and a new collaborative and agile business model is emerging,” said Paul Fenton, President and CEO of Montrium. “This model consists of diverse teams who all play specific roles in the drug development and manufacturing paradigm. These teams need to collaborate effectively together in one central place, and to do this, a new set of tools is required. We have built Montrium Connect with this new paradigm in mind.”

Montrium Connect is a series of dynamic applications that are based on Microsoft SharePoint Technology, engineered specifically for the Life Science industry. It has been developed to support cross organizational collaboration and process automation, with a strong focus on bringing both internal and external teams together in one collaborative platform. Leveraging SharePoint 2013 as our baseline has enabled Montrium to create some of the most dynamic, powerful and intuitive solutions in the industry.

With our latest release, Montrium Connect 3.0 boasts a range of powerful new product features, capabilities and system enhancements that have been rolled out across our Records Management and Quality Management applications:

  • Enhanced User Experience: An intuitive and simplified navigational approach has been applied to our latest version with advancements in user targeted content, interface design and search capabilities.
  • New! HelpCenter: An intuitive and comprehensive on-demand training environment containing instructional Videos, Step-by-Step application walkthroughs and FAQ’s to provide users with help when they need it.
  • Built with SharePoint 2013: The latest SharePoint update, 2013 brings improved scalability and an improved feature set to our solutions.
  • Tablet Friendly: Built with the tablet in mind, our newest update takes a more mobile approach to accessing the content that you need, on the go!

Our vision for Montrium Connect 3.0 was to create a powerful platform for managing regulated content that could be adopted by organizations of all sizes and maturity. Our most recent enhancements are a direct result of our commitment to providing a product that not only meets the needs of the mature Life Science organization that has already developed processes for managing regulated content electronically, but also for the emerging Life Science organizations that seek to gain a competitive edge through automation and collaboration.

If you’d like to see a demonstration of the new release, feel free to contact us here.

About Montrium:

Montrium is a knowledge based technology company that focuses on leveraging its deep understanding of GxP processes and technologies to provide cost-effective solutions to Life Science organizations. We have significant expertise in the implementation of electronic environments for clinical R&D and pharmaceutical manufacturing and offer a full range of services to help companies plan, select, implement and validate regulated systems for the Life Sciences. Meet the team in our new Montrium corporate video.

For more information please visit www.montrium.com

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