“Digital transformation” is a common buzzword across industries today, but is it more than just jargon? Faced by shifting consumer demand, rapidly evolving technology and increasing competition, organizations — to a large extent from science-based industries — are realizing that business as usual (or only incremental change to traditional approaches) does not address today’s challenges in a sustainable, long-term way.
This white paper, brought to you by Dassault Systèmes BIOVIA, discusses the different types of external collaborations research organizations engage in, the reasons that many of these partnerships fail to meet expectations, and an informatics solutions to overcome these issues.
This BIOVIA customer uniquely combines the reach and resources of a major pharmaceutical company with the entrepreneurial spirit and agility associated with the world of biotech. The company focuses on a range of illnesses including cancer, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, hepatitis B, HIV/ AIDS, rheumatoid arthritis and psychiatric disorders. Their R&D organization prioritizes pipeline velocity and sales growth while continuing to manage costs.
Companies are continuously optimizing processes in their efforts to remain competitive and deal with increasingly-demanding challenges. This white paper offers guidance on the challenges in the individual value creation phases, support tools, and how you can become even more productive with networked tools.
One tool holds a unique position among R&D informatics systems -- electronic laboratory notebooks (ELNs). ELNs both produce data and consume information and are particularly powerful.
Working in a cloud-based information management and collaboration workspace provides a level of business agility and security that is not available with server-based, on-premises infrastructure.
Small batches and multiple products in the same plant — these are the market demands to which more and more manufacturers need to adjust. The answer is based on the "Lego principle."
In 2008 Hollister did a thorough evaluation of available solutions to automate some key internal business processes including the tracking of product registrations and the management of CAPAs. Since Hollister has to track registrations for its products in many different countries, the Regulatory Affairs department needed an automated solution to track when a registration was coming due so they could submit a new packet to renew a registration. Additionally Hollister needed to upgrade its existing Corrective Actions and Preventative Actions (CAPA) management system that was built on a Lotus Notes platform that was going to be retired.
CEM Corporation, a leading supplier of sample preparation systems, is pleased to introduce the all new EDGE™ extraction system for rapid sample preparation of GC/LC samples. Featuring advanced Q-Cup™ Technology, the EDGE™ can prepare samples for molecular analysis in as little as 5 minutes with exceptional recovery and repeatability