Sponsored Webcast: How to Prepare for IDMP in Light of Continued Delays

Wednesday, 29 March 2017
12:00-1:30pm ET

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While IDMP is delayed again, there is a global trend in regulations that demand greater sharing of SPOR data, so companies cannot sit back and wait. To prepare for IDMP, ICSR E2B(R3), the Falsified Medicines Directive, and more, companies are driving to better master their substance, product, organization and referential data.

This webcast outlines different data management strategies and the role for regulatory information management. IDMP experts from Deloitte and Veeva will draw from projects with multiple Top 50 pharmas to identify the foundational elements of good data and associated process implications.

  • At a Glance
  • Objectives & Audience
  • Speakers
  • Registration Info

At a Glance


Wednesday, 29 March 2017
12:00–1:30 pm EST 


Online Webcast

Registration Fees: 


Registration Closes:

Tuesday, 28 March 2017

RAC Credits:



Objectives & Audience

Following the webcast, you will be able to:

  • Identify the emerging regulations and standards that depend on SPOR data
  • Outline the necessary roles and responsibilities for successful data management
  • Evaluate the trade-offs between upgrading or replacing your registration management system vs. adding net new systems for data-driven submissions

Learning Level: Basic and Intermediate

Who should attend:

  • Those responsible for strategy, coordination and execution of global registration plans
  • Those responsible for submissions process and people, regulatory archives, registration tracking and partnering with IT


James Reilly, director of product strategy, Vault RIM, Veeva Systems
Marcel Lissinna, specialist leader, Deloitte Consulting 

Registration Info

>> Register Online
>> Registration Form – for registration by mail or fax

Registration closes Tuesday, 28 March 2017.

Individuals wishing to register after the registration deadline may register only by phone.

Questions? Call RAPS Solutions Center at +1 301 770 2920, ext. 200, or email raps@raps.org