A Data Lake is not a tool, nor a specific solution or product that a company can buy, install, and use. As a reference architecture, it is an organization’s mode of approach to using data in its operations. How to introduce the Data Lake and stay compliant with industry regulations?
How did governments deal with digital tools in their battles against the epidemic? Did any country fare significantly better than others? In the long run of the pandemic, Germany has made several important decisions and developed relatively successful procedures to manage the COVID-19.
In response to an unprecedented global pandemic, our client – one of the pharma industry leaders- set out to develop, test, mass produce and organize the global distribution of a COVID-19 vaccine.
Availability of ICUs is one of the key factors to keep the death toll as low as possible. ICU-M has been one of the reasons Germany has been managing the pandemic relatively well, keeping the number of deaths per 1M population at the low end compared with other EU states.
To get the full picture of the global market situation, companies use various sources of data. But to effectively control and steer business activity at all levels on global scale they need a centralized and trustworthy data source.
Our solutions cover all aspects of customer and sales transactions processing for life science industry companies carrying out their sales activity on many markets in cooperation with wholesalers, distributors and retailers.
Introducing rigorous quality assurance and management tools into data integration to enable the fastest possible resumption of a production plant's functioning shut down due to issues with ERP system implementation.
Data governance, data management and data quality are the basis for the effective integration of IT systems, especially when the organization implements new solutions.
How we made the slow and inaccurate CEESA reporting in an animal pharma company much faster and much more accurate
Abundance of data can have enormous potential for business, but it can also be a source of problems. With large-scale operations - and this is where international animal pharma players operate - automation and advanced analytical methods become essential to building value from data insights.
See how we used low-code to enable our pharma client to stay transparent and compliant with European legislation
End-to-end, flexible low-code based solution integrated with all the peripheral systems in company to meet rigorous transparency regulations for the pharma industry.
The COVID-19 pandemic is a phenomenon that drastically impacted the functioning
of societies, markets and the business world all over the world. It keeps growing in scale,
and the effective curbing of the virus's spread is yet to come.
Companies have picked up the speed of the digitization process by three to four years, with the share of digital or digitally enabled products in their portfolios being accelerated by seven years. This rapid pace is perfectly justified, as an effective transformation into digital has become necessary for the survival of many companies.
The current pandemic should become an impulse to prepare for future times of unpredictability. It could be an opportunity if companies consciously work with data and build a solid foundation for decision making. But it could also be a threat if data management is based on solutions that are poorly adjusted to the business model.
We are happy to welcome Michael Mercurio to the C&F Team as Vice President of Client Services for the USA market. Michael’s mission will be to accelerate company growth within Life Sciences in the USA. Michael will strengthen our team to further develop relationships with our global customers, as we continue to expand C&F’s presence in the US.
M&As happen all the time, but the intensity of their occurrence is cyclic, as is the global economy. M&A numbers and values always grow significantly after the economy has experienced severe shocks. Knowing that, it only seems rational to expect a wave of these transactions after the coronavirus turmoil is over.
Building competitiveness by optimizing processes, increasing efficiency, and making decisions based on data obviously makes sense, and is a global trend. But let’s not forget about the good old price competition, and with it — tool sets necessary to carry out pricing policies effectively in globally competitive markets.
Pricing issues are usually diverse, tricky, and spread through organizations both horizontally and vertically. Pricing management is a process involving many subsidiaries and each process participant faces different challenges. What they all need is to stay connected and communicate effectively.