Building on IMPACT, Freyr's L module centralizes and simplifies the whole process of managing literature regardless of the format, or source. A powerful range of classification and management tool that ensures quality and relevance.
Freyr IMPACT-L for literature
update, track, and manage your entire literature portfolio
Drug discovery is an ever-evolving process. With ongoing research, it becomes challenging for an organization to update scientific journals in its database manually. Freyr has introduced Freyr IMPACT-L, a literature management application, to handle indexed and non-indexed medical journals, keep track of relevance in the industry and stay updated. It enables the classification of product-relevant journals based on the content, alerts, distribution of literature pertinent to MAH’s from the repository.
Freyr IMPACT-L monitors and updates the journals by classifying the entries according to their content. It also assists in quality checks and review of the literature. Thus, IMPACT-L simplifies the whole literature review process and acts as a principal repository for products.
segregation of relevant and non-relevant literature records
end-to-end tracking of relevant literature/journals
advanced analytics and interactive user dashboard
collaborative submissions, preparation, and review of literature journals
improvised automatic system to auto crawl newly published literature from the journal website
quality assurance and management of literatures
highly cost-effective, on-premises and secured cloud-hosted data repository
alert functionality based on customized periodicity with color coded timeline monitoring
advanced search functionality to get access to the existing literature with one-click upload and download functionality
advanced search functionality to get access to the existing literature with separate folders for categorized literature
translation and proofreading from a foreign language(s) to English
monitoring capability interface for project managers/advance admin functions to manage users and monitor ground-level activity