Process and Content Management Solutions for Regulatory Compliance
The Technology and the Expertise to Develop a Compliance Strategy
Perceptive Software can play an important part in your compliance strategy, whether that means meeting requirements for government regulations or ensuring your organization is adhering to best business practices. Our process and content management technology offers powerful functionality that includes digital signatures, enterprise-wide search, authentication and auditing capabilities to ensure data integrity, confidentiality and accessibility.
In addition to technology that provides the framework for compliance and developing best business practices, Perceptive also offers the expertise in professional services to help you develop a compliance plan to satisfy a range of other regulatory provisions, including Sarbanes-Oxley, FERPA, HIPAA, Graham-Leach-Bliley and others.
Compliance Solutions for Your Industry
Perceptive works with customers and partners to develop industry-specific compliance solutions, such as:
- Healthcare: Our software has been tested and certified for ONC-ATCB and meaningful use of interoperable electronic health records (EHR). Perceptive solutions also satisfy the specifications set out by FDA 21 CFR Part 11.
- Higher education: Perceptive supports recruitment and eligibility processes for the athletic department to ensure compliance with the NCAA, NJCAA, NAIA and other regulatory bodies.
- Energy and water utilities: Perceptive supports RUS Emergency Restoration Plans to ensure business continuity in cases of disaster.
Establishing Record Retention Policies
A key component to an enterprise content management strategy is planning out the entire document lifecycle — from capture and retention to archiving and destruction. Consistent and well-documented records management and document retention policies help keep your business in compliance with government and industry regulations, and minimize the risk of civil litigation and government investigations.
With Perceptive Content, document lifecycles can be managed electronically without disrupting business processes. Non-critical records are properly destroyed while mission-critical information is protected against loss or unintended destruction.