Modern R&D requires a modern tech stack

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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Hosted by

Laury Miller
ex-CIO at Seagen
Zachary Powers
Chief Information Security Officer at Benchling at Benchling

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