IDMP is more than just a regulatory mandate. It is an unprecedented opportunity to transform regulatory product data management and unlock new efficiencies.

The first step in making the most out of IDMP is to understand the scale and breadth of change required to operate efficiently and to optimal effect in the new world. Second, since IDMP regulations will continue to evolve and have the potential to support a wide range of use cases, it will be important to maintain agility in order to maximize that potential. For each pharma organization, the IDMP challenge has multiple dimensions. It involves adopting new technology, adjusting process and operating models, making organizational changes linked to roles and responsibilities, and most importantly, implementing new approaches to data management given that a growing range of outcomes will depend on data quality.

In this whitepaper we explain specific actions related to each dimension that will help companies make the most of their IDMP preparations.

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About the authors

Adnan Jamil is a Manager at Iperion, a Deloitte business. He has 10 years of experience within the Life Sciences industry, focusing mainly on Regulatory Information Management. Adnan’s experience covers assessing, defining and implementing processes, technology, organizational and data changes in both small, medium and large pharmaceutical companies.


Pratyusha Pallavi is senior director of Vault RIM strategy at Veeva Systems. She has 18 years of experience in product strategy, product management and engineering in Life Sciences and Healthcare industries. Prior to Veeva, she served as product strategy and management head for the regulatory product suite of ArisGlobal. She started her career with GE Healthcare engineering in designing electronic health records for US and APAC hospitals.

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