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Pharma Giant Elevates Regulatory Change Monitoring With Regalert

Read the case study and learn how a pharma giant gained increased visibility into future regulatory trends in the pharma and consumer health industries to enable better decision making.

Objective

A pharma and natural health company wanted to receive timely insights into the regulatory developments and government guidelines that would impact their business in 19 countries across the Asia Pacific and North America.

Solution

  • Used RegASK’s automated artificial intelligence platform RegAlert to set up monitoring alerts for the client’s product categories including food and beverage, health supplements, complementary medicine, drug, animal health and veterinary medicine.
  • Provided in-depth trends analysis reports to help the client understand emerging regulatory risks and opportunities related to their business.

Results

The company gained increased visibility into the regulatory landscape impacting their product categories, along with enhanced agility and confidence in risk management and decision-making processes based on industry trends and foresight.

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What you'll get with RegASK

  • Early detection and mitigation of regulatory risks 
  • End-to-end regulatory support throughout your product lifecycle
  • Strategic consulting to build the optimal business strategy for your commercial success

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What you'll get with RegASK

  • Early detection and mitigation of regulatory risks 
  • End-to-end regulatory support throughout your product lifecycle
  • Strategic consulting to build the optimal business strategy for your commercial success

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