Updated: Nov 16, 2020
The e-signing provider Skribble and the digital transformation specialists Digital Chameleon are teaming up to simplify digitalization in the pharmaceutical and healthcare industry.
News report Zurich / Basel - Companies from the pharmaceutical and health sector work with highly sensitive data. In order to ensure their protection, all service providers involved must undergo a detailed security check. This is required by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), the US agency which, among other domains, is responsible for the market surveillance of food, drugs and medical products.
The implementation of such requirements must not become a brake on digitalization, say Skribble and Digital Chameleon. The provider of electronic signatures and the specialists for digitalization in the pharmaceutical and healthcare industries are pairing up to form a strategic partnership to simplify digitization in this highly regulated environment.
The focus is on the switch from the handwritten signature to the electronic signature: Skribble delivers the e-signature solution optimized for data protection, Digital Chameleon supports clients carrying out the required audits and with implementing the appropriate solution
Philipp Dick, CEO and co founder of Skribble (Source: Skribble)
Philipp Dick, CEO and co-founder of Skribble, says: "By working with Digital Chameleon, we can supply the industry with all the necessary components from a single source. This simplifies tremendously the transition for companies. The healthcare industry can benefit more quickly from cost savings that paperless processes entail."
Tanja Rohark, CEO and founder of Digital Chameleon (Source: Digital Chameleon)
Tanja Rohark, CEO and founder of Digital Chameleon says: "Expert clusters allow to exchange specialist knowledge and create synergies - for technology-intensive industries such as the healthcare sector this is the best way to master and use effectively the rapid changes in the market. They accelerate the development of innovative products and services, which ultimately offers a benefit to our customers. We look forward to the collaboration with Skribble and to exciting common projects."
The TrustTech company Skribble, founded in March 2018, is a Swiss provider of electronic signature