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  • 20 Aug 2021

Weleda streamlines pharma packaging with Esko

 Weleda has invested in Esko WebCenter with Content Management to streamline its pharmaceutical packaging process

Personal care and pharma product brand Weleda has invested in Esko WebCenter with Content Management to streamline its pharmaceutical packaging process.

Previously, Weleda had used a content management system (CMS) to manage pharmaceutical product texts with an interface to external programs. With the cloud-based collaborative workflow platform, WebCenter, Weleda has streamlined its complex packaging process with full traceability of content changes.    
 
‘For us, the traceability of changes is very important,’ said Simone Luntzer, International Packaging Management team leader, Pharmaceuticals. ‘That is why we appreciate the WebCenter workflow system. The system provides a good overview of ongoing and completed tasks. We use the statistics and libraries, which give us quick access to our data. Esko WebCenter already offers a very good solution in the standard version, which makes customization superfluous. Everything is cohesive and streamlined.’   
 
The Content Management module of WebCenter allows users to specify, manage, and reuse content such as text, claims, symbols, barcodes, and other content for use on packaging artwork, labels, leaflets and IFUs (Instructions for Use). It also enables them to manage and structure content without the need to manually copy and paste content from spreadsheets, documents, and other sources. Approved content can be reused in the artwork and for regulatory body use in submission-ready file formats.  
 
The system allows the brand to focus on all aspects of packaging artwork, including shape, brand colors, and content. The brand’s packaging performance is enhanced, according to Esko. 
 
Matthew Haws, vice president global marketing at Esko, Brand Solutions, said: ‘Weleda felt that we understood their needs and would fulfill their requirements. Therefore, we are pleased that the implementation of the WebCenter Content Management module is already increasing the efficiency of Weleda's pharmaceutical packaging and labeling processes. This has been a satisfying project to work on and we look forward to a successful, long-term partnership with Weleda, supporting them in the ongoing development of their digital processes as WebCenter continues to evolve.’ 

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