Whitepaper: What to look for in an informatics platform for life sciences R&D

As modern life science R&D becomes more complex, variable, and fluid, organizations need informatics platforms that can keep up. Learn about the five essential capabilities of a life science R&D informatics platform in this whitepaper from Benchling.

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Indicators of a best-in-breed informatics platform

While many legacy solutions claim to offer a unified platform in the cloud, there are several key capabilities that separate true best-in-breed offerings from the competition.


Considerations for both R&D and IT stakeholders

An informatics platform has to power innovation for both your R&D and IT organizations through its configurability, flexibility, and extensibility.


Capabilities transformed by the cloud

R&D data management has moved to the cloud, and this paradigm shift has unlocked completely new ways of leveraging and learning from data.

“Benchling has critical technology that enables Sana’s global R&D teams to focus on developing our platforms and pipeline, building the right automation, designing the right experiments and finding the insights that reside within our data.”
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Steven Harr, MDCo-Founder and CEO, Sana Biotechnology

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