Category: APT

APT, ARCS, ARID, ARIM, Conferences

Speaker’s Corner, 4Q 2018

Joel Finkle will be speaking at the Drug Information Association (DIA) eDM 2018 – Clinical and Regulatory Operational Excellence Forum in Barcelona Spain, November 29-30, 2018. He will be speaking on the intersection of Component-Based Authoring (CBA) and Regulatory Information Management (RIM), in a presentation titled, “All the Way Around the RIM: From Registration Data …

APT, Software Release

ACUTA PDF Tools (APT) version 4.1 released

ACUTA PDF Tools has been updated to version 4.1. It has been enhanced to include the following key features (as well as a few others). TOC Generator Wizard – this is a new tool, that can create TOC pages from the bookmarks (or manual entries) of an existing PDF file PageStamp Wizard – this is a …

ACUTA, APT, ARCS, ARID, Conferences

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 …

APT, ARCS, Software Release

I’m APT to be a little excited over version 4.0

The holidays came almost two months early for users of ACUTA PDF Tools (APT) as version 4 was released on October 31, 2017. With the new release, APT continues to evolve to work with new guidance, as well as features that improve publishing processes for Bio/Pharma companies using it to assemble their submission-ready documents. A key …

ACUTA, APT, ARIM Publisher, eCTD

PDF Links Feel So Broke Up, I Want to Go Home

PDF in Electronic Submissions Before there was eCTD (the electronic Common Technical Document), there were submissions using just PDF – the Portable Document Format created by Adobe (and before PDF, there were submissions using interactive PostScript, TIFF images, DAMOS, etc., but that’s a scary story for another time, perhaps around a campfire) The PDF file …