We’ve seen more cohesion between people, processes, and technology than ever before in recent years of Industry 4.0. Some even refer to this period as the convergence between physical, digital, and biological worlds, the results of which boosts productivity, reduces costs, and informs better decision-making in life sciences to propel new treatments through R&D cycles.
Over the past decade, we’ve also witnessed the unwavering development and widespread adoption of transformative software-as-a-service (SaaS) in the life sciences. The industry is actively seeking to move to the cloud and reap the benefits of a cloud environment for regulated applications. Which leads us to ask the question: Where are cloud-based software companies like Montrium focusing their efforts to support a growing customer base and provide more effective, engaging solutions?