Digital Transformation in Life Science R&D
Making Sense of a Shifting Informatics Landscape
Featuring Research from Gartner
The drive to constrain costs and maximize resources leads life science companies to continually evaluate which emerging technologies will help bring new efficiencies to their operations. This technology landscape is constantly changing, both in terms of a technology’s particular maturity and capabilities, and in how each technology aligns with the current marketplace.

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Evaluating emerging and advanced technologies in the Life Science R&D space 
The R&D IT environment is very complex, where customization is common and the number of applications in use across an organization may be in the hundreds. As technologies are evaluated R&D IT CIOs must apply the correct filters during proofs of concept and ensure that the new technologies indeed enable new possibilities for innovations or improvements to efficiencies and create higher trust in the data.

Gartner recently updated their ongoing evaluation of the priority matrix for emerging and maturing technologies in the life science R&D industry. They identified a number of technologies which are poised to make large impacts as industrial adoption grows, including mobile lab apps, enterprise lab informatics systems, electronic document management systems, and cloud-based drug discovery platforms. Dassault Systèmes is identified in many of these areas as a key vendor, with a wide breadth of solutions which can help life science companies implement new digital strategies.
Jason Benedict, VP Software Development, Dassault Systèmes BIOVIA
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