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Big Data in Pharma

30 Sep 2014 - 01 Oct 2014 - Brussels, Belgium



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The volume of data on pharma/healthcare is growing at an exponential rate – much faster than the industry can keep up with, which is great in one respect. However, pharma compaines are under pressure to manage all this data effectively. Data without meaning is useless – turning data into value and innovation. 

Data needs to be managed, extracted, analysed and re-used if companies want to stay ahead and develop innovative products.




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