Upcoming webinar

Digital Transformation Essentials Part 1: Building a strong data foundation

May 29, 2024
8:00 AM PDT | 11:00 PM EDT | 4:00 PM BST

Digital Maturity Webinar Series
Session 2

Gain maximum potential from your digital tools and strategies

As we reviewed in Session 2 of our 5-part Digital Maturity series, digital transformation requires some key fundamentals to be established to reap the value of digital tools, and with so many rules, regulations, concepts and jargon, it can be overwhelming to know where to start.

In this second webinar, we dive deeper into the alphabet soup of acronyms and terminology digital transformation leaders are faced with, including how ALCOA++ is still relevant in the digital paradigm, the difference and value of unstructured vs structured data, and why contextualized data is paramount to making the difference between simply capturing your data and truly utilizing the value of your data.

Join us in this second session of our series, as we aim to equip you with the tools you need as you progress on your digital maturation journey, and lay the foundations for harnessing the power of your data, and leveraging AI.

Key learnings from this session:

  • The paradigm shift from capturing data to finding new ways to utilize the data – why ALCOA principles are still central to digital strategies today
  • The differences between Structured and Unstructured data, and why this matters
  • The value of contextualization
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Meet our speaker

Dr. Craig Williamson

Lead Platform Product Manager, Integrations Strategy, IDBS

Craig is an organic chemist by training and has enjoyed a prior career in research & development creating novel drug candidates and developing formulations to combat Alzheimer’s disease.

In his current role as a Platform Product Owner at IDBS, Craig is responsible for ensuring that the IDBS platform provides a powerful and comprehensive suite of programming interfaces to enable our diverse community of customers and partners to easily connect their IDBS products to the other assets in their R&D workflows.

Craig is also responsible for IDBS’ out-of-box integrations to common informatics systems including Chromatography Data Systems (CDS) & Scientific Data Management Systems (SDMS).

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