Whether you have decided to implement a new RIM system or are just considering making a change to your current solution, there are several things you can do right now to set yourself up for success. This webinar will outline five actionable steps to help you establish roles and responsibilities, institute key processes, and improve long-term outcomes. With this information, you’ll be able to build a strong cross-functional foundation, regardless of which technology providers you choose.

Join us on November 14, 2018, at 1 p.m. ET to hear Steve Gens, managing partner at Gens and Associates, provide real-world examples for each step and guidance on how to justify making these changes within your organization.

Featured Speaker

Steve Gens

Managing Partner
Gens & Associates

Steve is the Managing Partner of Gens and Associates Inc., a global life science consulting firm specializing in strategic planning, RIM program development, industry benchmarking, and organizational performance. His early career was spent at Johnson and Johnson and then transitioned to consulting where he lead several global healthcare consulting practices for First Consulting Group and Booz Allen Hamilton. His organization is well known for their insightful industry benchmarks (33 to date) along with their significant work and thought leadership on World Class RIM.

Marc Gabriel

Senior Director, Product Strategy
Veeva Systems

Marc Gabriel is a Senior Director of Product Strategy at Veeva Systems, where he is responsible for defining the enterprise market approach for the Vault Regulatory suite of products. Prior to joining Veeva in June 2017, he served as client partner and RIM consulting lead at Kinapse. Marc also spent fourteen years in Accenture’s Pharmaceutical R&D practice where he led the organization’s Regulatory advisory, business development, and alliance efforts. During that tenure, he helped half of the world’s Top 20 biopharmaceutical organizations in various consulting and program delivery roles spanning regulatory and pharmacovigilance.


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