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12th Annual Pharma IT Congress 2014

22 Sep 2014 - 23 Sep 2014 - London, UK

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“12th Annual Pharmaceutical IT congress, 22nd & 23rd September 2014, London

This well established and senior level event will provide insights into the latest IT and data solutions.

This 2 day congress is split into 4 streams covering:

Enterprise IT: Technologies, Challenges and Strategies

Data Management: Storing, Retrieving and Analysing Data

IT Strategies to Improve R&D

Clinical Data & Clinical Trial Data

On day one, our delegates will benefit from hearing from those working at the forefront of big data solutions, cloud computing and supercomputing. Our renowned panel will deliver presentations on overcoming data security challenges, comparing data integration solutions and managing privacy and data governance issues. 

On day two, presentations will cover the use of IT solutions to improve R&D and next generation bioinformatics to enhance productivity. In the clinical data stream our renowned speakers will present on topics such as electronic health records in clinical research and real world evidence in trial design.

To find out more regarding potential discounts, please contact Danielle Dalby on or call +44 (0)1865 248455. Alternatively, to download the agenda, please visit”

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