Pharmaceuticals

Business Challenges

ArborSys Pharmaceutical industry services solutions

The pharmaceutical industry faces many challenges - increasing clinical development costs, declining drug discovery success rates, imminent patient expiry of several major blockbuster drugs, and the related rise of cheaper generic alternatives. To continue to maintain growth and maximize revenue potential and compete globally, they must improve process efficiencies and time to market, while reducing costs.​

​​ArborSys Solutions

ArborSys Group understands these challenges and provides Information Technology solutions that address the tactical measures to achieve process efficiencies and improved performance in the areas of:

  • Safety Management
    • Controlled document management solutions that allow for the creation, review, approval, and secure publishing of controlled documents such as SOPs, Engineering Drawings, and Change Orders
    • Content management and collaboration solutions for safety-related business processes
    • Portal solutions to provide secure access to safety-related information for internal and external user
    • Processes and tools for organizational safety and compliance self-assessments and corrective action planning
    • Management dashboards to view organizational safety and compliance metrics​
  • Clinical Management
    • Clinical Process Management (BPM) and Automation (BPMS)
    • Clinical Trial Portal solutions
    • Clinical Data Management solutions
    • Content management and collaboration solutions for clinical processes through the product development lifecycle
    • Electronic Trail Master File
    • Regulatory Submissions​
  • Pharmaceutical Development
    • Pharmaceutical Development Knowledge Management Solutions
    • Pharmaceutical Development Process Management (BPM) and Automation (BPMS)
  • Sales and Marketing
    • Portal solutions for product information, medical publications, and promotional information
    • Collaboration solutions for internal teams (e.g., clinical, medical, legal, and sales and marketing) as well as external constituents (e.g., physicians, professionals, and patients)​