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Using Information Management to Support Data Driven Actions in the Life Sciences Industry

17 Sep 2013 - 17 Sep 2013 - WEBINAR



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Information is a critical business component of any industry; however, the life science industry differs in that they handle immense amounts of vital data, which can often be difficult to analyze and prioritize. When properly utilized, business intelligence (BI) allows life science manufacturers to make better decisions and target goals by leveraging information they already have. With the escalating competitive landscape and stringent regulatory environment in the industry, it is essential for life science manufacturers to fully utilize all business intelligence concepts to improve overall operation efficiency, reduce costs and increase revenue. This webinar will focus on the information management life cycle and relate it with core business processes while discussing an integrated approach of how data is collected, managed and then distributed in form of information to actual decision makers who can use this information to make critical decisions. Attendees will gain clarity on how these different pieces fit together to create a meaningful information eco system that is sustainable and capable of becoming a natural part of day to day business model.



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