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NextDocs Launches QuickStart for Emerging Growth Companies
Date:4/26/2013

CONSHOHOCKEN, Pa., April 26, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- NextDocs announced today the release of NextDocs QuickStart, an all-inclusive, cloud-based offering designed for emerging growth life sciences companies seeking to get products to market faster.  NextDocs QuickStart includes the pre-configured software, implementation, support and validation required for establishing an online regulated content management program that supports 21 CFR Part 11 compliance. 

"We recognize that emerging growth companies are driving significant drug discovery innovation, and they want to get these products through trial and to market faster," said Nitin Bhatia , Vice President of Global Services at NextDocs.  "To accelerate this process, they need access to the same technologies that established life sciences companies rely on; however, they often lack technical expertise, resources and budget.  NextDocs QuickStart enables these companies to quickly establish the online regulated content management processes necessary to reach the next stage of growth."

QuickStart is based on the industry-proven NextDocs solution – which provides the process definition, automation and validation required for regulatory, clinical or quality management programs, including eTMF and SOP.  The offering enables companies new to electronic content management to establish a compliant program quickly. 

QuickStart is offered as a software-as-a-service (SaaS) and is built on the Microsoft Cloud technology platform, which delivers the industry's highest levels of reliability, performance, privacy and security.  The solution and cloud infrastructure come validated and are SSAE 16 and ISO compliant, eliminating deployment hurdles and reducing costs.

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