Cambridge Semantics to Present ‘Transforming R&D Through Smart Data’ at 2016 Big Data & Analytics for Pharma Summit

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James LaPointe of Cambridge Semantics is speaking this Friday, June 10 on “Transforming the R&D Landscape Using Smart Data” at the Big Data & Analytics for Pharma Summit in Philadelphia.

James T. LaPointe, managing director of Life Sciences & Healthcare for Cambridge Semantics, a leading provider of smart data solutions for the pharmaceutical industry, will speak at the Big Data & Analytics for Pharma Summit on “Transforming R&D Landscape Using Smart Data.”

LaPointe will discuss how life science companies are leveraging smart data solutions across the entire R&D lifecycle to reduce time-to-market, lower their regulatory risks, and optimize pipeline investments. Smart data is providing direct advantages to R&D teams in competitive intelligence, site intelligence and selection, clinical trial data integration and discovery, scientific data integration and collaboration, pharmacovigilence and safety surveillance, and real-world evidence-driven clinical trial design.

June 10, 2016
9:30 a.m. – 10 a.m.

The Rittenhouse Hotel
210 W Rittenhouse Square
Philadelphia, PA 19103

As managing director of Life Sciences & Healthcare for Cambridge Semantics, LaPointe helps customers utilize the power of semantic web technologies embodied in company’s suite of software products: the Anzo Smart Data Platform™ (ASDP), Anzo Smart Data Lake™ (ASDL) and Anzo Graph Query Engine™ (Anzo GQE).

Prior to joining Cambridge Semantics, LaPointe built IT-oriented companies and directing enterprise IT strategies, IT operations, application portfolio management, and more in a diverse range of industries, including healthcare, financial services, consumer products, energy, and communications. For the past 12 years, he has focused on life science industry challenges and helping companies transform their business with innovative IT solutions.

Media Contacts:
Mike Kilroy/Lora Wilson
Global Results Communications for Cambridge Semantics
(949) 608-0276

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