Clinical trials are often the single largest expense for early stage Life Science companies. If your company is not managing these expenses to the best of its ability, there’s a risk of running out of funding for existing trials or not being able to fund important new trials. While companies often think they are being economical by using Excel spreadsheets and keeping a hoard of accountants busy till midnight, this approach is often less efficient than investing in the right set of tools to plan, capture and track Clinical Trial Expenses. In fact, with today’s availability of cloud-based solutions, it is really no longer a large up-front investment as much as it is a monthly subscription cost. Continue reading “New Tools to Improve the Way We Manage Clinical Trial Expenses”
Big Data is a simple phrase to describe a complex topic. Big Data is applied to the very large volume of data that cannot be processed with traditional IT tools such as databases. This data often comes from a variety of sources including your customers, the internet, and social media and it’s often unstructured and in many diﬀerent formats. Continue reading “3 Applications of Big Data in Life Sciences”
In my previous post, I discussed how all the existing Accounts and Contacts in the database can be transferred from one Salesforce instance to another by enabling two Salesforce instances to communicate with one another. In this post, I’ll describe how to subscribe to these published objects, the use cases for Salesforce to Salesforce and how to overcome challenges you may have with the integration.
While I was working on my last project, one client requirement was to implement Salesforce to Salesforce integration. All the existing Accounts and Contacts in the database were being transferred from one Salesforce instance to another by enabling two Salesforce instances to communicate with one another. This post will describe how this was achieved and will cover everything you need to know about Salesforce to Salesforce integration. Continue reading “Everything You Need to Know About Salesforce to Salesforce (Part 1)”