Rimsys has been named a Finalist in Tech 50’s 2020 awards program hosted by the Pittsburgh Technology Council. The awards program, which was held November 12, 2020 at a virtual gala event, announced the winners and finalists. Rimsys was nominated as Innovator of the Year in the MedTech category, along with Sentact, Philips, and TeleTracking Technologies. In addition to the Company’s nomination, Rimsys’ Founder and CEO, James Gianoutsos, was nominated for CEO of the Year.
The awards program honors technology innovation in the region. Rimsys Inc., provider of the only holistic Regulatory Information Management (RIM) software for medtech is headquartered in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and was proud to be among the 2020 nominees. Rimsys was named a finalist this year, as Sentact, a provider of healthcare technology solutions for the patient care journey, walked away as the winner. Barbara VanKirk, CEO of IQ Inc., won this year’s CEO of the Year award.
“Rimsys is honored to be a finalist in both categories. Thank you to the Pittsburgh Technology Council for highlighting all of these innovative companies, and congratulations to this year’s winners,” said Gianoutsos.
“Rimsys is already used and trusted by leading companies, including Johnson & Johnson and Terumo, and we look forward to the near future where Rimsys’ automation of the global regulatory landscape is commonplace for medical technology companies and regulatory affairs professionals.”
James Gianoutsos founded Rimsys in 2017, recognizing that while regulatory management platforms existed for pharmaceutical companies, medical technology companies face an entirely different set of challenges and requirements. Equipped with the expertise and drive to give regulatory affairs professionals a better way, he developed Rimsys: a RIM software built 100% for medtech companies.
Rimsys consolidates all the major functions of regulatory affairs on a 100% secure, cloud-based software, making product registration, standards management, essential principles/GSPR, and regulatory intelligence easy. Its newest integrated module manages global UDI requirements.
“It’s been an unparalleled year with unthinkable challenges,” said Audrey Russo, President & CEO of the Pittsburgh Technology Council.
“The COVID-19 Pandemic has tested everyone’s mettle in ways never imagined. This year’s Tech 50 is a testament to the fortitude, creativity, and innovation that exists across our industry, membership, and in every Tech 50 winner and finalist.”
For a full list of finalists and winners, visit the Pittsburgh Technology Council’s website.