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Conference: DIA 29th Annual EuroMeetinghttp://www.nnit.com/Pages/Conference-DIA-29th-Annual-EuroMeeting.aspxConference: DIA 29th Annual EuroMeetingMarch 29-31 | GlasgowNNIT is speaking and exhibiting at DIA's 29th Annual Euromeeting. Hear Gitte Holm Rove, Life Sciences Consultant at NNIT talk about "Ensuring a Swift and Timely Transition to Compliance with the CTR".You can also meet us at our booth D11, D13, C17, C19 for informal discussions with our experts within the clinical area or regulatory affairs, so stop by for a cup of coffee and a talk about how NNIT can help you.About the conferenceThe DIA EuroMeeting allows you to debate the issues across the entire drug development value chain during the conference & find solutions within the exhibition with 2,500+ other cross functional thought leaders.You will hear the latest solutions and challenges in healthcare. You will have plenty of opportunities to network and build relationships with trend setters in e.g. the areas of regulatory science, clinical research and operations, value demonstration leads and patient advocates. The resulting knowledge transfer and lasting partnerships will reduce the burden of regulatory barriers, benefiting your business now and further down the line.Read more about the conference here.
Webinar: Pharmaceutical Competitive Intelligence - R&D Fueled by Smart Datahttp://www.nnit.com/Pages/Webinar-RD-Fueled-by-Smart-Data.aspxWebinar: Pharmaceutical Competitive Intelligence - R&D Fueled by Smart DataApril 5, 3:00-4:00 PM (CET) | OnlineHave you got insights into what your competitors are working on within R&D? Join NNIT’s and Cambridge Semantics’ webinar to learn how your company may utilize the vast amount of external data and compare it with internal data to fuel insights into your competitive landscape, corporate growth and R&D Innovation. During the webinar you will get a live demonstration of the Anzo smart data lake platform, which provides the power of smart data in a competitive intelligence context, such as proactively monitoring of the industry as key developments occur around drugs, companies, targets, disease areas, or geographies of interest. The insights will be based on the content sources that you trust the most, including private, public, and proprietary sources such as Citeline or Thomson Reuters. This enables senior decision-makers self-service, up-to-date access to live CI dashboards that summarize drug development activities of interest to them. And improves the quality of your competitive intelligence by allowing subject-matter experts to curate, correct, and augment the data they know best. AgendaLeveraging Big Data to support strategic goals, by Niels Groenning, NNIT Understanding smart data lakes & introduction to Anzo, by Jim LaPointe, Managing Director - Life Sciences & Healthcare, Cambridge Semantics How to use big data to fuel competitive intelligence (Demonstration of Cambridge Semantics Anzo solution), by Jim LaPointe, Managing Director - Life Sciences & Healthcare, Cambridge Semantics Q&A Please register here
Webinar: What to learn from 10 IDMP impact assessments: Typical findings and concepts for selecting the most appropriate IT architecturehttp://www.nnit.com/Pages/What-to-learn-from-10-IDMP-Impact-Assessments.aspxWebinar: What to learn from 10 IDMP impact assessments: Typical findings and concepts for selecting the most appropriate IT architectureApril 20, 3:00 - 4:00 (CEST) | Online​Since 2014, NNIT has conducted more than 20 IDMP Impact Assessments which has provided us with unparalleled insight into IDMP readiness across different types of organizations. This webinar will provide you with an overview of the key findings identified as part of 10 selected IDMP impact assessments, including availability of data, completeness of data, and distribution of data between unstructured and structured sources. The webinar will also provide an overview of the most typical IT architecture solutions and a methodology that can be used for identifying the most optimal IT architecture. IDMP readiness and status • Key IDMP challenges • Most significant sources for IDMP, and typical levels of data quality • Typical readiness for IDMP Iteration I • The CMO challenge Concepts for selecting the most appropriate IT architecture • Capabilities to be provided by an IDMP solution • Most common architectural approaches • Architecture decision method Note All data sources are anonymized. Presenters are Thomas Hornbæk Svendsen, NNIT and Jes Chergui, NNIT Please register here
Conference: eRegulatory Summithttp://www.nnit.com/Pages/Conference-eRegulatory-Summit.aspxConference: eRegulatory SummitApril 25-27 | Madrid​​​NNIT is speaking and exhibiting at the eRegulatory Summit in Madrid. Meet us at our booth for an informal discussion about how NNIT can help you. The eRegulatory Summit is dedicated to industry insight, benchmarking, trends and future plans for Regulatory Information Management. It is a great opportunity for knowledge sharing and networking within the regulatory area.​​​
Next Generation Service Deskhttp://www.nnit.com/Pages/Next-Generation-Service-Desk.aspxNext Generation Service DeskMay 18 | Søborg​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​A transformational journey toward a hybrid digital human workforce. Join NNIT and tap into the technological developments of the intelligent Service Desk.​ At this seminar you will gain insights into the ​trends concerning the future digital workplace​ ​​and explore what the journey toward a hybrid digital human workforce will look like.We have invited IPSOFT to give a presentation and demo of how Amelia supports IT Service Desk Transformation. Amelia is a cognitive agent who can take on a wide variety of service desk roles and transform customer experience. Just like a human, she communicates with customers using natural language.Furthermore, we have invited Preben Mejer, innovation thought leader and named by Computerworld as one of Denmark´s ten most influential IT people, to talk about Cognitive Computing and the use of Cognitive agents.The seminar will be concerned with 5 major evolutionary steps from a traditional reactive Service Desk​Knowledge Centered Support (KCS) methodology – Fix it once use it oftenPublish all knowledge as self service – In the context of the user Leveraging live chat – The preferred channel for millennialsMoving away from the 3 tiered support model – Towards intelligent swarmingAgent scalability leveraged by KCS driven cognitive AI – No more queues for known errors.Register for the seminar here​.​Should you wish to affect the agenda of the seminar, please participate in our survey here.​​The seminar will take place at NNIT headquarters located at Østmarken 3A, 2860 Søborg​.Agenda​​08.30​Registration and breakfast​09.00​Welcome by Mads Jakobsen, VP Service Support Center, NNIT​09.15​NNIT Strategic Roadmap for Service Desk by Lasse Lundemark, Manager, NNIT​10.15​Break​10.30​Cognitive Computing and use of Cognitive agents by Preben Mejer​11.30​Networking and lunch​12.00​IPSOFT Presentation and Demo - How Amelia supports IT Service Desk transformation​13.00​Closing remarksRegister for the seminar here​.