NEWTOWN, PA--(Marketwire - Jan 10, 2013) - Sylogent today announced the release of PubSTRAT 8 to streamline the process of global publication planning. First launched in 2005, PubSTRAT is a publication planning tool for pharmaceutical and biotech companies and medical communication agencies.
"This release includes a complete new design for faster navigation, with enhanced reporting features, new budget tools, and an innovative publication planning module that is guaranteed to help reduce operating costs," stated Jack Yeager, CEO of Sylogent.
PubSTRAT (pubstrat.com) is a web-based system that automatically organizes information and standardizes processes so that publication planning teams can focus their efforts on content development. PubSTRAT integrates with Journal Selector, Conference Authority, CITE Central Repository, the Approvals Module, and the new PubsPlanner (pubsplanner.com), providing companies with a complete system from budget planning to target selection through approval tracking and document and citation storage. "With the improvements in version 8 and flexible pricing options, PubSTRAT is the right tool for companies of any size," said Yeager.
Sylogent has extensive experience in data aggregation, workflow automation, and document management gained through its other applications, which are currently deployed at leading pharmaceutical companies and include Approvals Module, VCTR, SylogiQ, and Sylon. "The pharmaceutical industry faces challenging regulations and reduced operating budgets. Our technology helps them do more with fewer resources," stated Yeager. "We add value by improving compliance while minimizing employee workload, and ultimately saving our clients millions of dollars in unnecessary costs."
The company also released a new version of the Approvals Module (approvalsmodule.com) in December.
Sylogent licenses workflow and document management systems to the pharmaceutical, biotech and medical device industries via its Software-as-a-Service module. The company is a Rackspace Partner Program member.