GlobalTrack - Mission3 and NextDocs Create Partnership to Provide Solution for Submission Planning/Tracking, and eCTD Publishing Built Entirely on Microsoft SharePoint

Phoenix, AZ and King of Prussia, PA – February 15th 2011 – Mission3, Inc., the premier Regulatory Information Management software company for the Life Sciences industry and NextDocs, the worldwide leader in providing Microsoft Office SharePoint Server-based document, quality and compliance management software for Life Sciences companies, today announced a partnership that will deliver the most complete, vertically integrated Microsoft SharePoint-based enterprise document management, submission planning / tracking, and eCTD publishing solution for Life Science companies.

This seamless application will fill a void traditionally challenged by disconnected and silo’d, stand-alone applications that are common in the industry. Built entirely on the Microsoft SharePoint platform, this product lets customers extend their investment in their existing infrastructure while satisfying the requirements of the entire regulated product development continuum.

“Companies are increasingly demanding centralized business intelligence and planning platform that integrates seamlessly with their content management tools so they can have greater visibility into their business processes. Mission3 and NextDocs are delivering this next-generation SharePoint-based solution for Life Science companies’ today.” said Dirk Karsten Beth, CEO of Mission3, Inc.

“By building their solution on Microsoft Office SharePoint Server, NextDocs and Mission3 can provide customers a central platform to collaborate and more easily share information, ultimately allowing them to cut time spent on planning and tracking and allow for even greater collaboration,” said Michael Naimoli, director of life sciences industry solutions, Microsoft.

“An integrated solution will benefit our customers greatly as it will allow them to minimize their dependence on third party tools and fully realize their investment in Microsoft SharePoint”, said Zikria Syed, CEO of NextDocs Corporation

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