Quantum Jump

Reimagining life sciences and healthcare with digital, analytics, and technology

As we look beyond COVID-19 to the next normal, it is becoming clear that the last decade of experimentation by life sciences companies with digital, analytics, and technology is giving way to large-scale, tech-enabled business transformations. But scaling the impact of digital and analytics is a significant challenge. Most life sciences companies don’t have an existential threat—such as severe pressures on growth or margin, or successful digital disruptors—to help catalyze the migration to digital and the accompanying shift in business models. Our research also suggests that only around 16 percent of digital transformations succeed.

In this context, we hear business and technology executives from across the life sciences industry asking: Where and how should we create our own “burning platform”? How do we build conviction and ability in the organization to act? How can we “un-stick” our digital transformation to create significant, scalable, and measurable value for our organization and the patients and healthcare providers we serve?

Please join us for Quantum Jump, a series of interactive sessions to help life sciences executives reimagine life sciences with digital, analytics, and technology, and lead successful tech-enabled transformations.

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of top-quartile performers agree that most senior technology leaders are involved in shaping enterprise-wide business strategy, compared to only 17% of bottom-quartile performers


of companies indicate that digital operations is a driver for competitiveness but only 46% say their organizations are investing in digital skills


times more revenue is generated by digital leaders who exhibit digital maturity

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Top ten observations from 2022 in life sciences digital and analytics

– Life sciences companies are making progress in adopting and deploying digital and analytics. But they can go further and faster by heeding some lessons from the past few years.

How Daiichi Sankyo Europe drives growth with digital and analytics

– Digital and analytics can markedly improve life sciences companies’ engagement with customers. Daiichi Sankyo Europe’s CEO Jan Van Ruymbeke explains the challenges to adopting digital and analytics and how his company overcame them.

How digital helps a life sciences leader move at light speed

– Pfizer’s Chief Digital and Technology Officer explains how digital is transforming her organization’s ability to bring new medicines to patients at speed and at scale.

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