Digital transformation will give scientists their time back and speed the development pipeline

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The pandemic exposed the innovation divide between the digitally transformed and those that lagged. Strict regulation made life sciences and bio/pharma organizations hesitant to modernize too quickly away from proven legacy methods and technologies, resulting in varying levels of digital transformation. But since the pandemic, organizations now recognize the necessity of digitalization and smart automation to accelerate research and drug development.

Freeing up and transforming researchers’ time

Companies that haven’t embraced the digital revolution, including digital (process) automation, tend to burden scientists with repetitive, manual work — like pipetting and recordkeeping. Digitally automated systems perform such tasks in more digitalized companies. Companies embracing future-facing technologies are investing in automation and digitalization, allowing for virtual remote access to…

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