Montrium was founded in 2005 as a result of a simple observation: regulated electronic systems were difficult to use, took too long to implement, cumbersome to maintain, and failed to facilitate collaboration. This realization led Paul Fenton to create an organization with one clear vision: to re-engineer the way we collaborate and work on regulated content in the life sciences. As the group grew, Tevin Pathareddy and Michael Zwetkow joined the executive team in an effort to expand in-house expertise surrounding GxP processes, collaborative technology, and regulatory compliance.
In 2007, Montrium started leveraging Microsoft SharePoint to develop a dynamic, powerful and intuitive platform for document and quality management. The goal of this platform, today known as Montrium Connect, was to transform the way users manage regulated content while focusing on minimizing the need for custom development, configuration, and validation. As improvements were made to the platform and features were added, the team was able to significantly reduce the time it took to deploy these solutions, allowing our clients to realize the benefits faster. We continue to optimize our platform and it’s delivery today, developing new solutions and tools to support the ever-changing pharmaceutical drug development landscape.