White Paper Jan 23, 2013
As companies within the pharmaceutical and biotechnology space become more reliant on CROs and CMOs to support the development and advancement of their pipelines, a provider’s corporate library can enhance scientific and business performance and help to turn projects around more efficiently.
The role of the corporate library is evolving to rival the digital age and availability of online resources. The caliber of the internal research process within the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries is fundamentally important to providing breakthrough results that feed the front end of pipelines that promise to deliver the new products of tomorrow. As Contract Research and Contract Manufacturing Organizations (CROs and CMOs) continue to evolve and provide increasingly important contributions to their customer’s discovery and development priorities, implementing a customer focused approach to corporate library services can turn a repository for dated literature into an invaluable information center for the library’s constituents.
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