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Forum Exchange: Come visit ACUTA at Booth 310 at the DIA RSIDM Conference, February 5-7

The annual Drug Information Association Regulatory Submissions, Information, and Document Management Forum (DIA RSIDM, for short) is February 5-7 in Bethesda Maryland. Come meet members of ACUTA’s product and business development groups, including

  • Don Palmer, Director of Product Strategy
  • Scott Higgins, Business Development Manager
  • Joel Finkle, Director Regulatory Innovation
  • Shylendra Kumar, President and CEO

We will be in booth 310 in the exhibition hall, and would be happy to discuss the topics being presented at the conference such as the May 5 deadline to use only eCTD for FDA submissions (only 4 months away, and only 3 months at the conference), and how our services and software can ease the pains of regulatory operations.

Among the software offerings are new versions of

  • ACUTA PDF Tools (APT) – this includes a new TOC Generator and a “Bookmarks from Links” wizard
  • ACUTA Regulatory Intelligent Documents (ARID) – a set of over 250 shell templates with a focused Word toolbar, the latest version featuring import of non-ARID documents to ARID format

We look forward to seeing you there!

Author: Joel Finkle

Joel became embroiled in electronic submissions when regulatory came downstairs and asked "Can we convert all our clinical study reports to WordPerfect format for the FDA reviewer?" and he didn't say, "No." Since then, he's been involved with custom CANDAs, PDF publishing, eCTD, document template automation, Regulatory Information Management, HL7's RPS, and the ISO IDMP standard. He joined ACUTA in April of 2017. He'd share some of his famous tomatillo salsa with you, but he can't carry it on airplanes.

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