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Stay agile with a rock-steady infrastructure
As a life sciences & healthcare organization, it is particularly important to remain agile and alert in order to keep up with competitors and meet the needs of patients. But to act agile, you need stability. Only a rock-steady infrastructure will let you succeed in a safe and sound digital transformation where IT helps deliver results across any business unit.

With infrastructure outsourcing, NNIT can help you ensure steadiness and release IT resources – while adhering to the many regulations of the field. This will allow you to focus on future-proofing your business with new and more patient-centric services.

Infrastructure outsourcing
With our infrastructure outsourcing services, you get continuous technology renewal, scalability, superior data quality and compliant infrastructure from an IT supplier that understands GxP.

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Application outsourcing
We combine the power of the life sciences and healthcare experience, applications expertise and GxP regulatory knowledge to deliver application-outsourcing services that meet your challenges and spur new growth.

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Outsourcing application maintenance reduces costs and improves application support service levels
The focus on increased efficiency drove the need to reduce the costs of supporting multiple business applications, while improving flexibility, scalability and service levels - Lundbeck decided to outsource applications.

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The ability of being agile and faster time-to-market are important parameters for many organizations in order to increase customer experience and customer satisfaction. NNIT can support you with DevOps that is a cultural and professional movement aimed at unifying development and operation.

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Navigate the many choices and opportunities within SAP
while staying in compliance
The digital transformation calls for stable performance, minimal errors and lower maintenance costs as well a more future proof SAP set-up. And with our local and global presence, we provide life sciences and healthcare clients worldwide with a high degree of proximity as well as deep SAP and legislation insights to help you navigate the many choices and opportunities within SAP while staying in compliance.

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Enterprise Hybrid Cloud
for Life Sciences and Healthcare
Regulatory barriers have kept life sciences and healthcare executives from implementing cloud strategies. Now we launch NNIT Enterprise Hybrid Cloud (EHC) - an IaaS service connecting to both Microsoft Azure and private clouds to ensure data integrity, security and GxP complaince - all while enabling configuration management to comply with customer specific needs.

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The NNIT Enterprise Hybrid Cloud portal is connected to both private and public server sites and is your single point of entry to the cloud. Integrated into NNIT's extranet, the portal is only accessible to users who log on through two-factor authentication. We have a variety of standard services, based on several IT support levels, that we can pair with your company's specific requirements — to configure a portal that perfectly meets your needs.

What to learn from 10 IDMP impact assessments: Typical findings and concepts for selecting the most appropriate IT architecture
Get 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. You will also get an overview of the most typical IT architecture solutions and a methodology that can be used for identifying the most optimal IT architecture.

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Re-thinking the compliance
management process
Compliance management may not be the most scintillating subject in the world, but it is vital to meet regulatory requirements. Many life sciences players find it challenging to achieve the required record quality within regulatory deadlines. But what if the number of deviations closed on time can be improved from 34% to 94% while reducing the time required closing deviations from 66 days to 29 days?

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