Generis certifies TAKE as its platinum partner for CARA

TAKE Solutions has become the first Generis’ Platinum Implementation partner for its CARA software.


Generis has chosen TAKE solutions as its Platinum Implementation Partner for its market-leading user interface software, CARA. The partnership will enable Generis and TAKE solutions to offer customers a proven, cost-effective and highly flexible user interface option, when they consider upgrading from a WebTop.
The Platinum Partner level at Generis signifies that TAKE has certified a minimum of 20 staff on CARA and has been working on a minimum of three implementation projects.
CARA not only provides a high degree of ergonomic and functional advantages, it also comes with a set of lifesciences solutions pre-packaged as accelerators or RapidDeploy options, including Submission or CTD, Electronic Trial Master File (eTMF), SOPs or Quality Management, and Change Control. TAKE Solutions has senior content management consultants who have successfully completed their training and certification program. This will benefit Generis and TAKE customers tremendously in the implementation and support for CARA.
"Our partnership with TAKE Solutions enables us to offer our CARA user interface product backed by the domain expertise of the implementation teams from TAKE Solutions. By becoming our first Platinum Implementation Partner, TAKE Solutions has demonstrated their commitment to providing our customers with best of breed project support and delivery capabilities", said Mr James Kelleher, CEO, Generis.
Mr Jim Tizzard, CEO, TAKE Life Sciences said, "TAKE Solutions is extremely pleased to partner with Generis on the CARA product, which is a fast, user-friendly, configurable User Interface that has been proven with a range of Pharma and Biotech businesses. We continue to expand our relationship with the leading Document UI vendor and we are confident our partnership will ensure clients' needs are well understood and effectively addressed".

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