Posts Tagged ‘Information Management’

Collaborative BI – share your insights

‘Social networking’ and ‘Collaboration’ have become a part of our lives in this connected world. Let us see how the two can work together in helping us make better decisions. ‘Social networking’ has been a growing phenomenon in the past 2-3 years. The society that we live in has almost suddenly become very ‘social’ and…

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Operationalize Your Big Data Analytics Program

Big Data Analytics is now moving beyond the realm of intellectual curiosity to having a tangible impact on business. At this stage of adoption of a new technology, it becomes important to discuss how a Big Data project can move from concept to execution inside an enterprise context. Questions being asked by early adopters of…

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Look Beyond Traditional Pharma Sales Data

Just attended a whole day training about Pharmaceutical sales data by Kosta Tzavaras, the renowned author of books like ‘Pharmaceutical Sales Data 101’ and ‘Patient Data 101’. The information was quite insightful and definitely helped me better understand how different sets of data available from different sources are analyzed to serve the Pharmaceutical sales force.

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Use your senses – Future of BI?

It is way past mid night and I am reading an interesting article on Mashable about Umami (umami.tv) launching a mobile app that uses the ‘hearing’ sense of a mobile device such as iPhone or iPad to deliver content on second screens.  There are several second screen apps in the market but this one takes the top spot…

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Life Sciences – Master Data Management Challenges

MDM has received quite a bit of attention in the recent past and we have seen many companies across the LS spectrum adopt and embrace this.  The Physicians Payment Sunshite Act has also been a key driver for enterprises to create a master data repository for their HCPs (Health Care Professionals), to ensure that the…

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