So what needs to be done to make project managers and IT leaders ”fit” for their first “Big Data” project?
Experts agree: Big Data can generate an immense advantage in knowledge resulting in innovations and thereby strategic competitive advantages, higher productivity and more economical success.
This potential is carried not in the data itself but in the value that needs to be retrieved from the flood of often unstructured mass data. This forces HealthCare companies like Roche totackle new challenges. So what needs to be done to make project managers and IT leaders ”fit” for their first “Big Data” project?
Simon Ulrich will share the lessons learned of the Big Data@Roche project from the perspective of the project lead. He will present examples of how Big Data can be applied in life sciences and introduce to us strategies that helped the Roche IT organization to enable successfully those use cases.