Posts Tagged ‘Harmonization and Simplification’

Do You Hold Your Scientific Data Together with Duct Tape?

Harmonization and Simplification in Lab Informatics We all know them… the people who would rather “make it work” instead of fixing something the right way. There is a certain thrill and satisfaction which comes along with a jerry-rigged solution. It’s a bit rebellious—instead of doing something the proper way, you outsmarted the system. Think of…

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Informatics Challenges in Pharma and Biopharma R&D – Harmonization and Simplification

In a recent Core Blog, we identified five major challenges facing R&D and IT managers in pharma and biopharma companies as they strive to equip their researchers with modern, flexible and responsive informatics tools: Managing New Science Dealing with Change Integrating Old and New Systems Collaboration and Externalization Harmonization and Simplification This post is the fifth…

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Informatics Challenges in Pharma and Biopharma R&D

R&D IT executives in pharmaceutical (pharma) and biopharmaceutical (biopharma) companies are all striving to provide their scientists and technical staff with the best tools and systems. As Michael Shanler of Gartner, Inc. observed, “Many IT, R&D and supply chain leaders have a strong desire for better integration, integration standards and common data models. Ultimately, this…

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