The Future of Enterprise Cloud Computing for Pharmaceutical Organizations

Welcome to Cloud: The Future of Enterprise Computing for Pharmaceutical Organizations, an event by Bodhtree and at Taj Lands End, Mumbai, January 21st 2011.

After series of successful events in Hyderabad and New Delhi, and Bodhtree takes ‘Pharma takes to the Cloud’ event to Mumbai on Jan 21st. The pharmaceutical specific events has foregathered large pool of C’ Level executives from leading pharmaceutical organization to educate, experience and be informed on the cloud computing adoption by pharmaceutical companies. Our Mumbai event will be attended by some of the leading CIO’s/CTO’s/Director-IT and technology decision makers from top notch pharmaceutical companies in Mumbai, who are in API/Formulations/Generics and bulk drug business lines.

The Pharma specific event opens the doors of opportunity for pharma companies to adopt cloud computing and leverage cost cutting solutions to enable their critical business processes.

In Today’s Lifesciences eco-system, Pharmaceutical businesses are playing a dominant role in adapting to rising changes both technology and innovation. But talking about the innovation, in today’s context, technology defines your innovation and improves your core business.

Pharmaceutical industry is facing relentless challenges and change is a norm for pharmaceutical business Despite critical need and high demand for pharmaceutical products, the industry remains under pressure from physician, payers and regulators to deliver more effective treatment at lower cost.

Pharmaceutical business model based on development and marketing of blockbuster drugs, is increasingly economically unsustainable and operationally unsuited to the kind of quick action needed to meet complex stakeholder’s demands.

What are the immediate focus areas for Pharma? How do cloud computing helps growth opportunities and inherent in change

The event will feature benefits of Cloud computing for Pharmaceutical organizations and talks elaborately on Pharma takes to the Cloud; it answers some of the critical questions like….

How do you eliminate manual processes? How do you roll out business applications in two weeks?

How do you integrate global sales on a single platform? How do you plan sales forecasting?

Mr.Raghavan VSR Madabhushi, Vice President, at Bodhtree will articulate the future of enterprise computing for Pharmaceutical customers, while Mr.Vivek Gupta, Director, Salesforce will run down the benefits of Cloud computing to re-engineer sales and marketing.

Top notch ‘c’ level executives from Pharmaceutical business in Mumbai will be attending this event to get the insights, experience and share knowledge about the Salesforce CRM Cloud computing for their businesses.

Come experience the cloud ideas and hear business leaders explain how world-class pharmaceutical c and Healthcare Companies are leveraging cloud computing to increase productivity and improve profitability.

Learn innovative strategies about Salesforce CRM and to move from vision to reality to impact key performance in Lifesciences organization like improving on your formulations sales, enhanced successes in API sales, efficient collaboration with business partners and custom application development at 5 times the speed and ½ the cost.

Come join hands to make this event a huge success, we are sure Pharmaceutical businesses will be aptly beneficial at this event and improve their business to meet the demands of today!

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