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Data-Driven

Advancements in science and technology Ė coupled with rising R&D activities Ė and the increasing automation of laboratories and stringency of regulatory requirements are all resulting in the generation of a large volume of scientific data from R&D, manufacturing and quality assurance processes. As a consequence, there is a growing need for life sciences firms to efficiently manage large volumes of information; enhance connectivity and productivity; comply with strict regulations; survive swelling commercial pressures; and improve quality and operational efficacy. In short, the demand for effective data management solutions such as lab informatics has increased. This is particularly pronounced in labs engaged in collecting, analysing and mining experimental information in highly automated environments.

The evolution of informatics has culminated in the development of various systems with diverse capabilities, such as:
  • Lab information management systems (LIMS)
  • Electronic data capture (EDC)
  • Clinical data management systems (CDMS)
  • Electronic lab notebooks (ELN)
  • Lab execution systems (LES)
  • Scientific data management systems (SDMS)
  • Chromatography data systems (CDS)
  • Enterprise content management (ECM)
These solutions include a number of software platforms that help automate and accelerate R&D processes; assist in tracking samples; streamline information exchange with equipment; track lab procedures; reduce turnaround time; and ensure compliance with Good Laboratory Practice standards and FDA regulations.

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Madhuri Tekchandani is Assistant Manager of Healthcare at MarketsandMarkets and has five years of experience in market research and consulting. Having worked on several syndicated reports and consulting projects, her expertise includes mapping market dynamics and understanding their business impact. Madhuri completed a Masterís degree in Business Administration with specialisation in Finance, and has a Bachelorís degree in Biomedical Engineering from the University of Mumbai, India.

With strong technical and analytical knowledge, Saakshi Shrivastava is a Research Analyst of Healthcare at MarketsandMarkets. She provides business and market analysis solutions with detailed attention on forecasting, competitive intelligence and analysis. Saakshi holds a postgraduate diploma in Pharmaceutical Management with specialisation in Marketing and completed her graduation in Biotechnology.

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