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Faster, sharper, better – racing for the highest precision in Life Sciences

No matter if it’s about strategy, innovation, regulatory compliance, quality standards, or responding to requests from physicians and other customers – all the different parts within a life sciences company have one thing in common: the race for the highest precision.

Speed and precision may not always go hand in hand, but enterprises who champion in both disciplines will lead the game. It’s the deep insight on small pieces and single processes as well as the ability to extract the essence of the big picture in real time that makes the difference.

It’s the ability to find out specific scientific breakthroughs and on market trends earlier than competitors as well as to simulate the future to be able to identify the right decisions resulting in competitive differentiators. It’s the power to analyze terabytes of data on genomes and proteomes quicker and to launch new drugs and medical devices faster that turns companies into first movers. It is the capacity to analyze each plant and each batch in real time to be able to detect risk of non-compliance and to define the right preventive actions early on that delivers the highest quality and cost advantages. It is the competency to respond to requests of thousands of patients quickly but forward-looking that eventually builds trust and customer loyalty.

Many life sciences companies ask us how SAP can support both, achieving precision in detail and utilizing exactly these little details as a sound basis for a clear view on the complete Life Sciences universe without losing time just crunching data. SAPPHIRE NOW offers the opportunity to get the answers through discussions, live demos, and best practices.

Are there other aspects you would like to discuss with us to win the race for the highest precision? We very much look forward to welcoming you at our Life Sciences Expert Table IN 113!

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