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Rimsys Launches New RIM Software

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The cloud-based regulatory software helps medtech companies strengthen compliance and bring products to market more quickly.

Rimsys, a provider of Regulatory Information Management (RIM) software for the medtech industry, today announced the release of Rimsys 5 at the MedTech Forum in Barcelona, Spain.

The three-year-old cloud-based regulatory software, already used by 10 of the 30 largest medical device manufacturers globally, helps medtech companies strengthen compliance and bring products to market more quickly.

Additional new features include an updated and highly-flexible product hierarchy and the ability to link product, performance, and safety data across the organization through standardized integrations with PLM, eQMS, and ERP systems.

“We took a really unique approach to regulatory submissions with Rimsys 5,” said Brad Ryba, Rimsys Co-founder and CTO. “With our solution, regulatory affairs teams can manage submission projects, collect documents and information, and directly author submission content in a single interface. Plus, customers have full access to their submissions archive without any additional costs. We believe this will really help regulatory teams improve their productivity and easily provide new functionality, strong integrations, and a great user experience.”

RIM software systems are becoming increasingly necessary as more and more countries adopt specific market entrance requirements and the global regulatory landscape becomes increasingly complex. A medtech RIM system can largely automate the administrative tasks that most RA professionals are spending at least 30% of their time on.


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