Modern R&D requires a modern tech stack

A modern tech stack empowers R&D teams to drive breakthrough science and minimize time spent on entering, finding and compiling data across multiple disparate software tools.

Summary

With the rise of innovation in science and technology, the amount of data generated across R&D has grown exponentially year over year and will continue to do so. This fact, coupled with a globally distributed workforce and unpredictable elements, like the Covid pandemic, has propelled companies to modernize their IT tech stack to support and future-proof their workforce.

Laury Miller, ex-CIO at Seagen, has been passionate about IT and the tremendous value it can bring to a company. She strongly believes that technology should be employed to solve business problems and make teams more productive, which in turn helps products reach milestones faster. This benefits the community as a whole, as well as the company internally, since it creates a better working experience for R&D teams. A modern tech stack empowers R&D teams to drive breakthrough science and minimize time spent on entering, finding and compiling data across multiple disparate software tools.

In this chat, you'll hear:

  • Why is there an urgent need to modernize IT infrastructure?

  • What aspects of modern tech stacks better empower R&D scientists?

  • How should business and IT work together to drive change?

  • What are some successful business outcomes your organization achieved with this transformation?

  • Advice for others going on this journey for modern R&D

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