There are industries in which search is used intensively — across different parts of the business, different roles and functions, with different information intentions. One such industry is life sciences. There are unique requirements in life sciences as a regulated industry, not to mention the higher than average trend toward mergers and acquisitions and the complications that come from bringing disparate systems together.
Today on Shared Insights, we begin a series on search in life sciences with an overview of unique traits that face technologists supporting the industry. Next week, we begin discussing cases that define search success in some surprising ways. Join us!
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