Why integrating digital technologies is key to the success of pharmaceuticals companies
Why the integration of digital technologies is key to the success of pharmaceuticals companies
The pharmaceutical landscape is becoming more challenging than ever. Patients and consumers of today are now constantly socially connected and pharmaceutical organisations must provide on-demand access to information and support. While scientific advancements have led to miraculous treatments, technological advancements also have the potential to facilitate unprecedented innovation.
To adapt and succeed in this changing landscape, pharmaceuticals companies need to respond by incorporating digital tools and improving processes.
The operating model of the future for life sciences is centered around value to the patient and must happen on a global scale, all while maintaining compliance to regulations.
IT leaders must consider the key trends and align business drivers with shifting priorities by leveraging technology.* The digital transformation is more than an opportunity for life sciences leaders; it’s also a priority. Many organisations are struggling with developing their digital strategy to enable innovative ways to deliver care in a shifting environment.
How Digicom can help
Digicom has successfully partnered with a number of pharmaceuticals companies over the years. We can help your business choose the best communication tools to promote collaboration in terms of audio visual, cloud conferencing, etc…
Our turn-key approach ensures you get what’s right for you, along with long-term service and support so you never have to worry about the technicalities and can focus on your business.
Connectivity between project teams
Quick knowledge transfer
Speed up processing and decision-making
Save time and money on travel
We have recently implemented a complete AV solution at Teleflex, a US medtech group in Athlone. Our services to Teleflex include Audio and Video Conferencing and Digital Signage.
*Gartner’s CIO Survey reveals opportunities to optimise 2018 IT initiative portfolios. Life science CIOs must overcome their greatest challenge — ensuring business-IT alignment — by linking IT initiatives with top strategic business priorities: https://www.gartner.com/doc/3810965/-cio-agenda-life-science