Thomson signs Liquent duo

Thomson Reuters’s science division is expanding the breadth of the regulatory information management services it provides, following two strategic partnerships signed by Liquent.   

Under the terms of the contract, Liquent will work with two providers:  ThinSpring and ECLINSO.

Liquent will offer ThinSpring’s SPL Server and PIM Server products that enable user-friendly, web-based label authoring in native XML formats. And for eCLINSO, Liquent and eCLINSO will offer an eCTD solution called Liquent.CONNECT that will be delivered via eCLINSO’s hosting services. This will allow companies to produce their own eCTD without investing in expensive new IT infrastructures.

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