4th Life Science Knowledge Management Summit - Philadelphia, PA

4th Life Science Knowledge Management Summit
August 7 - 8, 2017
Philadelphia, PA
Philadelphia, PA

Leverage the Synthesis of KM, Competitive Intelligence and Big Data to Ensure Collaboration, Efficacy and Business Success

4th Life Science Knowledge Management Summit – 4th Life Science Knowledge Management Summit

The most successful companies set themselves apart in today’s digital society by honing their competitive intelligence and harnessing their the collective learning. Experienced thought leaders and industry professionals will gather at the 4th Life Science Knowledge Management Summit to light the way for developing a KM system that strategically impacts and is impacted by company vision derived by competitive intelligence.

Life science companies in particular require strategic KM coupled with big data access to maintain their competitive edge. Advances in technology have not only made it easier to capture and retrieve big data, they have also made it easier to learn and innovate collaboratively. Incorporating KM systems into a corporation’s daily decision-making and business functions is more vital today than ever before. In the short and long term, designing, implementing and governing a flourishing KM ecosystem will enable companies to adapt their business, avoid inefficiencies and seize opportunities.

This year’s conference will feature two tracks: a track focused on using KM to shape the vision of your company and drive business decisions, and a track focused on KM as a tool for developing the collective knowledge and fostering a collaborative and innovative culture to realize that vision.

Recognizing and leveraging the symbiosis of KM and big data is the new competitive advantage in the marketplace. Attendees will learn strategies for pairing the information from big data with the analytical capabilities of KM that are paramount to strategic and competitive intelligence.

Top Five Reasons to Attend

  • Develop strategic and competitive intelligence by leveraging big data capture/storage and KM analytics
  • Promote knowledge sharing and collaboration through sound design, strategic implementation and effective governance
  • Address disparate functions’ needs and the interests of numerous communities globally or across departments
  • Design KM to endure and facilitate times of transition (e.g., M&A, globalization, restructuring, etc.)
  • Improve business productivity though vision-driven design and targeted analytics

Who Should Attend

This conference is ideal for professionals with a vested interest in a thriving KM ecosystem from pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical device companies with responsibilities in the following areas:

  • Knowledge/Information Management
  • Business Development
  • Competitive Business Intelligence
  • Knowledge/Information Engineering
  • Records Management
  • Information Architecture
  • Biomedical/Translational Informatics
  • Enterprise Search and Retrieval
  • Information Retrieval and Analysis
  • Clinical Planning and Performance
  • Research Computing
  • Legal Counsel
  • Learning and Education Management
  • Informatics
  • Search Solutions
  • Medical Information Management
  • Library Systems Management
  • IT Innovation
  • Data Architecture/Management

This event is also of interest to:

  • Records/Data Management Solution Entities
  • Database Maintenance Solution Providers
  • Big Data Management Companies
  • Consultancies
  • Business Intelligence Solution Organizations
  • Cloud Computing Solution Providers
  • Social Media Data Companies
  • Business Intelligence Strategy Providers
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