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Big Data for Pharma

08 May 2013 - 09 May 2013 - PA, USA



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The Big Data for Pharma Day provides an in-depth look at Big Data and how pharmaceutical companies can implement a Big Data strategy enterprise wide at their firms. We will take an in-depth look, over the course of the day, at several key issues delivered by a select group of technology, consulting, Fortune 100 and pharmaceutical company experts. Some questions that will be explored:

Introduction to Big Data, What is it and How can it be used in Pharma?

Who is Realizing ROI from Big Data?

How to Decide Whether to Implement a Big Data Strategy

What types of firms you need to partner with

Pharma companies who have successfully implemented a program

Guest speaker: How did another industry ultimately benefit from Big Data?

Top Reasons to Attend

Learn What Big Data is & How It Can Be Leveraged Enterprise-Wide

Develop an Implementable Blueprint from Pharmaceutical Companies Who Have Successfully Implemented a Big Data Strategy

Familiarize Your Firm With The Technology Platforms & Other Business Partners that can help you realize a comprehensive Big Data strategy

Jumpstart your understanding and implementation of a Big Data Strategy with just one day out of the office

Convenient Backyard Access to Many Pharmas in Philadelphia- or- save air miles and use the event to combine meetings



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