Vasont Systems Co-Presents with Medtronic to Share Lessons Learned in an Enterprise Content Management Implementation in the Healthcare Industry
Vasont Systems and Medtronic will present a case study about how Medtronic uses a component content management system (CCMS) to find balance across multiple corporate divisions at this year’s Intelligent Content on Life Sciences and Healthcare Conference
EMIGSVILLE, PA – April 21, 2014 – Nicole Zepper, Medtronic Neuromodulation division’s Documentation Production Specialist, and Suzanne Mescan, Vasont Systems’ Director of Marketing, will tell the story of Medtronic’s multi-divisional CCMS implementation in the presentation, “Finding Flexibility in a Rigid World” at the Intelligent Content on Life Sciences and Healthcare Conference on May 8-9, 2014 in San Francisco, California.
In order to manage content in a regulated life sciences industry, it takes tools that are configurable and capable of meeting the many requirements and rigidity of the industry while still providing flexibility for writers to work in ways that fit their unique corporate or divisional processes. This session will present a case study of how Medtronic uses one component content management system across four divisions of their company to work similarly in certain areas while adapting to each division’s different needs in other areas. The case study will also provide tips on “what to do” and “what not to do” to implement a successful content management strategy.
Nicole Zepper is a Document Production Specialist at Medtronic Neuromodulation. She supports the tools and technology used by technical writers in the Labeling department and works closely with Medtronic’s other business units to coordinate translations delivery and content publishing. Nicole earned her Master’s in Library and Information Science from the University of Illinois and has previous work experience as a medical editor.
Suzanne Mescan is Vasont Systems’ Director of Marketing, with responsibility for the Company’s marketing and public relations efforts. For more than 25 years, she worked in all aspects of the information management and publishing industry, from content management to editorial and production. Suzanne has authored numerous articles about content management for industry publications and has delivered presentations for the CM Strategies/DITA North America, AIIM, and LavaCon conferences, as well as in industry-related webinars. She was also a contributing author for the book, Virtual Collaborative Writing in the Workplace: Computer-Mediated Communication Technologies and Processes by Beth L. Hewett and Charlotte Robidoux (Eds.).