Scientific information is more siloed and difficult to gain insights from than ever before. The slightest improvements on how researchers, scientists etc. use their time and retrieve the relevant insights they need can greatly impact drug candidate success rates and ultimately how safe, effective and profitable drugs are.
Today's organizations are looking to turn information chaos into discoverable information. Learn how a team at Northrop Grumman united siloed legacy data sources into a platform with popular "LinkedIn-style" social media features -- ensuring that information and expertise can be found at any time.
As a top technology industry analyst, strategy advisor, and consultant to the worlds leading global enterprises and technology vendors, Mike will share a about the future of advanced technology and it's immediate and pragmatic application to enterprise needs and technology vendor strategy.
Discover how Airbus Helicopters is optimizing their customer support process, and ultimately, improve safety of their helicopters, by identifying weak signals. Frederic will also share the roadmap of how implementing the Sinequa Search Platform helped drive success.
Giovanni Piazza, who has been responsible for an Enterprise Search Engine program since 1996, will offer some thoughts on these tropes, and – more important – on how to create a winning user experience, centered on the concept of “findability” in drug discovery.
As for any law firm, the thousands of documents hosted by Stibbe, a leading law firm in Benelux, are at the heart of the matter. This turns into a constant pressure to make fast decisions and improve the day-to-day efficiency. Time is money, so having a single entry-point to relevant information across the organization is key to moving fast. That is a constant leitmotiv for Regis Panisi, Head of Compliance & Knowledge Management at Stibbe.