Avoid Losing Your Data in an Email Black Hole

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A new era of partnership

Scientific enterprises that have historically relied on in-house research & development (R&D) have begun to outsource as part of a growing paradigm shift. A new era of collaboration and partnership is spreading in the push to stay ‘lean’ in an  increasingly specialized market.

In the 2016 Contract Pharma Outsourcing Survey1, 73% of industry professionals highlighted an increased demand for outsourcing in the next few years. Despite this, all too often, R&D organizations are relying on email and basic document exchange tools, which leads to miscommunication, lost data, and transcription errors.

Collaborative communication

The key ingredient for success moving forward will be a unified channel for data communication. A reliable ‘central repository’ for data storage that can work for all parties is required – whether in-house or external – despite location, firewall restrictions, and discipline.

Reliable data at every stage

In a time of increased outsourcing and diversified industries working together for a common purpose, an electronic solution for unified data management is more important than ever.

The IDBS E-WorkBook Cloud platform has been designed from the ground up to behave, look, and feel like a single, seamless application. This provides a superior user experience and eliminates the need to maintain complex integrations between systems from different vendors – allowing users to drastically simplify the deployment process and improve team collaboration for better results.

Uncluttered simplicity

To stay competitive, teams can no longer be unnecessarily pulled into the ‘black hole’ of email to relay important information. Scientists should focus efforts on the science – while ensuring simplicity and transparency throughout for better data and better decision-making.



1 2016 Annual Outsourcing Survey, Contract Pharma Magazine


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