This event is right for you if you are a corporate information manager, librarian, R&D professional, pharmaceutical specialist in drug safety and pharmacoviligance, or otherwise involved in acquiring and managing content resources inside the enterprise.
Don’t miss this opportunity to network with your peers and learn more about the future of corporate information and knowledge management.
This real-world case study examines the process and outcomes from one mid-sized biotech company’s collaboration with document delivery juggernaut Reprints Desk in search of a single shared library solution. In this presentation, details will presented about the systematic analysis that was conducted across existing literature systems, spending, and workflows. Included in this analysis were key components that together comprised a complete shared library solution: reference management, secure collaboration, literature monitoring and alerting, subscription content access, and single article document delivery retrieval services.
Identity and access management is multifaceted; every institution faces its own challenges that are unique to its situation, from trying to bridge isolated networks with their own security protocols, to working with a multitude of vendor platforms, each with their own configuration complexities. The goal remains a seamless user experience, but collaboration is required from libraries, vendors, platforms and publishers to improve the journey for patrons and to create more informed and effective decisions. Rob Scaysbrook discusses the detail uncovered during recent OpenAthens research and considers potential solutions.
This presentation will introduce delegates to the latest services available to the multinational market to help simplify copyright for content users. It will describe the latest rights and content solutions and include practical advice on the key issues to consider when selecting a licensing product.
Springer’s main objective is to be the best possible publishing partnering for the research community to deliver high quality Science, Technology and Medicine content. This presentation focusses on what is important regarding distribution, access and discoverability to ensure the science is accessible, discoverable and usable for all its user audiences.
This interactive session will highlight best practice research techniques and case studies from real-world engagements with information service providers. In the process, attendees will learn how information professionals and information suppliers alike can go beyond the analysis of usage statics and general satisfaction surveys to identify hidden and latent end user needs, and in the process zeroing in on high impact opportunities within the information value chain.
Screening literature in the pharmaceutical industry is a challenging task for even the best-resourced companies. However, as regulatory authorities require the tracking and reporting of all adverse events within a few days, literature screening is a critical part of the drug safety workflow. The Drug Safety Triager from Proquest Pi2 is revolutionizing the way, companies, large and small, screen bibliographic literature – saving time, money and resources for knowledge workers across the organization.