Y-Prime, Veeva partner on cloud-based enterprise content management transformation

Thursday, October 4, 2012 12:35 PM

Y-Prime, an enterprise consulting and eClinical products company based in Malvern, Penn., has established a systems integration partnership with Veeva Systems, a global cloud-based business solutions company based in Pleasanton, Calif.

Together, the companies will provide global life sciences organizations with the expertise and tools to establish a solid content management solution, as well as facilitate a smooth migration of legacy ECM platforms, such as Documentum and FirstDoc, to Veeva Vault in the cloud.

"Y-Prime has deep domain expertise in document management solutions on the most widely used platforms," said Dan Glass, vice president of enterprise content management, Y-Prime. "As global life sciences companies seek to migrate from expensive, legacy systems such as Documentum, our partnership with Veeva offers an upgrade path that integrates the change management, technical implementation and training expertise that will ensure a successful transition to the Vault Enterprise applications. For those companies that have not invested in ECM as yet, our deep domain expertise will play a significant role in helping companies to develop a strategy to fully realize the benefits of Vault Enterprise."

Veeva Systems recently announced Vault Enterprise, the first cloud-based suite of content management applications developed specifically for the global life sciences industry. Spanning every major part of a life sciences company—from R&D to clinical trials to manufacturing, medical communications and marketing—Vault Enterprise gives companies the ability to deploy a single technology solution globally. 

"Y-Prime's comprehensive knowledge of the legacy environments operating in this industry makes them well suited to assist our customers in their moves to the cloud," said Jennifer Goldsmith, vice president of strategy, Veeva Vault, Veeva Systems. "Working together, we will help our clients reduce time to market and ensure regulatory compliance through the implementations of Vault Enterprise."

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