Digital App Improves Access to SOP and Training Library
App expands secure employee access to global healthcare company’s vast library of SOP and training information in multiple delivery formats via phone and tablet.
Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) are important for any company to create and maintain, but they are even more imperative in the heavily regulated pharmaceutical industry to maintain compliance. A major multinational biopharmaceutical company required an application that would enable the sharing of SOPs and training materials in varied media with a large workforce, accessible via phone and tablet.
The client reached out to NewPage because of our breadth of experience developing Mobile Applications and Patient Engagement tools by leveraging the latest emerging technologies. After meeting with the company to discuss project requirements, we set out to create an app that would provide access to a comprehensive library of SOPs and training information. It would provide an opportunity for the client to channelize the existing digital learning content about the particular SOP. The app would need to be user friendly and be available on IOS for phone and tablet.
NewPage created an SOP and Training App that met all of the client’s requirements for compliance by offering company employees individualized access to a full range of information in multiple delivery formats that included data, images, videos, animations, presentations and news. The app has an intuitive user interface, guided flow, and offers an engaging experience. The user can read news based on filtered categories, share the news to a social channel, filter posts based on date and type of category, and bookmark favorites.
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