Transforming Multichannel Content Distribution

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Date:Wednesday, September 24
Time: 1:00 PM ET / 10:00 AM PT

Creating, approving, and distributing promotional content is one of the greatest challenges in commercial life science. With multiple external partners and disconnected systems supporting a highly iterative process, it is slow and costly to deliver new content through all communications channels. Because content updates and withdrawals take longer, it also poses a greater compliance risk. To eliminate these pitfalls, many organizations are transforming their end-to-end processes by bringing content management and multichannel distribution together in the cloud.

This webinar will discuss how to:

    1. Improve the speed and efficiency of multichannel distribution
    2. Reduce compliance risk across all channels with real-time content updates, withdrawals and expiry
    3. Reduce cost throughout the end-to-end content-management process

Speaker:  

Paul Shawah, Vice President, Product Marketing








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