This session will include a moderated Q&A featuring questions from the live audience.
In a healthcare company, data is everywhere—but it only begins to be a powerful story when data are linked together and accessible.
A global healthcare company works in a highly regulated industry—it typically takes more than a decade to discover, develop, and release a drug to the market. Typically, it operates dozens of manufacturing sites and has business functions across the globe. The company interacts with thousands of healthcare practitioners every single day. There are multiple business functions involved that are constantly faced with difficult decisions, having to operate seamlessly in a complex ecosystem.
Healthcare companies want to increase the number of patients they reach in less time. However, like many other companies of a similar age, there are significant obstacles due to fragmented data management across the enterprise.
Aligned with data mesh principles applying industry best practices, significant progress has been made to enable data to be findable, accessible, linked together, and reusable. This case study shares an enterprise evolution from fragmented data management to data management as a strategic capability.