From compliance to competitive advantage: closing the regulatory IM knowledge gap
This article was originally published in SRA
The life sciences industry has never been under greater pressure to record and monitor critical information about its product and licence life-cycles. Failure to put this painstakingly captured knowledge to good commercial use is a great waste, says Adam Sherlock.
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