Industry Research Report: Life Science ERP Impact | Sikich

Life Science
ERP Impact Report


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  • Life Science leaders are rethinking their business application strategy.

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How does your ERP strategy stack up? 

Nearly 60 percent of life science professionals are looking to improve efficiencies. Coupled with the talent shortage crisis, business applications, like ERP, are more critical than ever to help companies accomplish more with less resources. Despite the desire to apply software across a wide range of business units -- from finance to patient management to lab management -- survey participants noted a range of challenges with their existing systems.

Pharmaceutical Executive, in partnership with Sikich, recently surveyed 103 life science professionals to better understand the impact of software in their businesses today.

  • Top industry growth drivers and risks 
  • Current use of business applications
  • Key business areas requiring software support
  • Top software challenges
  • Leading ERP software and vendor expectations

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Sikich is a leading technology and advisory consultancy that partners with biopharma, biotech and Clinical Research Organizations to streamline processes and ensure compliance, so stakeholders can do what they do best: develop new treatments for patients who need them. 

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