How Boehringer Ingelheim Deepened Its Digital Transformation
While many pharma companies have integrated digital tools like cloud services into their operations, some are later adopters. Boehringer Ingelheim is one of the most recent companies to announce a move to a cloud-based R&D platform as part of the company’s commitment to digital transformation. For those still considering how to go about the shift to digital, rolling things out in the right order is one important factor, an EY expert tells In Vivo.
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