The release of FORMUL8 adds another level of capability to a widely accepted platform used in new product development objectives
Ithos Global and Element Marketing joined forces to release FORMUL8 our new Formulation Management module to complement our current regulatory compliance solutions used by cosmetic companies around the world.
Ithos presently provides our clients with robust regulatory reporting automation for global Product Commercialisation activities. The release of FORMUL8 adds another level of capability to a widely accepted platform used in new product development objectives.
Utilising the Ithos Information Network (IIN) platform built to provide ingredient and product screening and compliance reporting, Ithos manages the regulatory content for clients and develops new reporting and data tracking features as needed.
FORMUL8 screens entire product formulas and displays flags when ingredients are not permitted or have concentration restrictions while a product is in development. Ithos recent focus was to improve the user experience in using these data management solutions and FORMUL8 achieves that. By partnering with Element Marketing, we found experts in building efficient and intuitive user experiences, and this new partnership will transform the way our existing users enjoy using the IIN.
“By seeking a partner with expertise in building excellent user experiences in Web application, we allow our internal technical team to continue to focus on the Regulatory Knowledge features and details that brings so much value to our clients. FORMUL8 is our next step to assembling and integrating a truly compliant PLM system with deep regulatory knowledge and managed content”, shared Ken Bubeck, Founder and CEO of Ithos.
"This addition to our compliance reporting platform (IIN) will change the competitive landscape of supplying commercialisation platforms that can operate in the rapidly changing regulatory landscape. FORMUL8 will help companies achieve product launches much faster than using current approaches, since compliance checks can happen at the ideation stage”.