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Enterprise collaboration in life sciences fosters the right environment between colleagues and partners to allow creativity, productivity and networking across geographical and company boundaries.
Enterprise collaboration tools (Web conferencing, messaging and social networking) and knowledge management tools (document databases, and shared intranet and extranet repositories) cultivate an environment that enable innovation and better problem solving.
We believe that further productivity gains will come from moving from document-centric approaches to process-centric approaches. Life sciences companies should look at integrating social collaboration into the most important processes and focus on creating a user experience that will assure adoption and smoothly change corporate culture and behavior.
For example, one global life sciences company deployed Chatter, a social collaboration tool, as a mechanism for helping its mobile sales force to communicate. The platform has evolved to support collaboration for legal and regulatory compliance, and to engage other medical experts in discussions with healthcare practitioners.
Read the complete report—Life Sciences Technology Trends 2013: Every Business Is a Digital Business.
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July 25, 2013
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