Software developer Virtify has integrated Kallik's Automated Artwork Generation technology to its labelling solution for pharmaceutical and life science companies.
The new solution enables the creation and management of labelling and product information in several languages.
It also delivers print-ready packaging and labelling artwork, allowing pharmaceutical companies to generate final, consistent and compliant outputs from structured, single-source content.
The Automated Artwork Generation technology allows Virtify to deliver end-to-end solution and compliant labelling from structured content, covering both the pre-submission and post-submission workspaces.
Kallik Limited CEO Neil Gleghorn said by integrating structured content-centric technology, pharma companies can manage patient information from core data sheets through the spectrum of labelling and packaging.
''We estimate that manual transactions can be reduced by 90-95%, potentially saving large pharmaceutical companies tens of millions of pounds," Gleghorn added.
Virtify CEO and founder Satish Tadikonda said the partnership agreement with Kallik allows Virtify to provide complete solutions in the regulatory, supply chain and compliance areas.
''This partnership will allow pharmaceutical companies to evaluate an end-to-end solution for global labelling as opposed to assessing many vendors in siloed organisations," Tadikonda added.