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  • RB Primary LS2020 - Life Sciences - AI and Analytics to Fuel Growth in Precision Medicine

    Life Sciences – AI and Analytics to Fuel Growth in Precision Medicine

    Investments in gene editing, cancer vaccines, and treatments through microbiome and CAR-T therapies provides improved, personalized treatment to patients and reduces healthcare costs by more than 35%. Such advanced and innovative treatments leverage AI and analytics technologies to expedite the development cycle. That is one of the key findings of Avasant’s latest, comprehensive Life Sciences Digital Services 2020-2021 RadarView™ report.

    April, 2020

  • Research Bytes - Life Science IT Spending Driven by Greater Infrastructure Requirements

    Life Science IT Spending Driven by Greater Infrastructure Requirements

    As with many high-tech enterprises, life science companies make considerable investments in information technology. This Research Byte outlines four key findings from our comparative analysis of the IT spending in life sciences organizations.

    April, 2012

  • IT Spending Benchmarks - Comparative Analysis of IT Spending in the Life Sciences

    Comparative Analysis of IT Spending in the Life Sciences

    As with many high-tech enterprises, life science companies make considerable investments in information technology. In this study, we look at IT spending and staffing in the life science sector by comparing key, high-level metrics against a broad sample of organizations. For the comparative analysis, we use three measures of IT intensity: IT spending a percentage of revenue, IT spending per user, and application spending per user. To determine where spending differs, we break down IT spending into five functional areas: IT management, applications, data center, network, and end-user support. We also examine IT staff headcount by those same functional areas. We conclude with our assessment of where life science organizations should focus their efforts to improve IT performance. (13 pp., 6 figs.)[Research Byte]

    April, 2012