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Omnichannel retail is now part of mainstream commerce. Customers expect a seamless and personalized experience across every retail channel they choose to interact with.
The number of connected devices has already exceeded the number of human beings on the planet. Research predicts that by the year 2020, there will be 30 billion connected devices in the world.
With more and more organizations scrambling to modernize their operations for the digital age, speed and quality have become the two most vital elements to ensure a rich user experience and seamless service delivery.
It’s no secret that drug and device safety is of the utmost importance in today’s competitive life sciences marketplace, and pharmacovigilance (PV) is a major component of an effective drug regulation system for evaluating and monitoring adverse events (AEs).
Global life sciences companies are facing exceptional business pressure. In today’s evolving regulatory environment, new directives and regulations increasingly pose not just a long term need, but a real-time operational challenge as well.
With 40% of drugs going off patent in the near future, increasing demand for accessible healthcare and a patient-centric approach, and pressure on the payer sector, the life sciences industry today demands innovation and excellence in order to succeed.
Application Management Services have seen a significant shift from the past, when the main focus was simply on schedule, cost, and efficiency to modern software metrics speed, quality and value.
In the digital age, manufacturers must strive to minimize cost while maximizing customer satisfaction. For any manufacturer, warranty is one of the biggest expenses, and large, complex warranty systems can create both technology and business process challenges.