More than ever, life science organizations are looking to implement a collaborative environment that supports their teams’ productivity without compromising adherence to regulations and standards.
With issues arising such as duplicate or missing information in file copies, a consolidated workplace that can be accessed anytime, anywhere has become the new sought-after business tool. Most teams refer to this tool as a content management system.
What is a content management system (CMS)?
A CMS is defined as an application that supports the creation and modification of digital content using a common user interface, thereby enabling multiple users to work on shared documents in real-time. A CMS can be offered as an on-premise application, but they are increasingly marketed as a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) through a cloud-based offering.