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Identifying internal expertise
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Identifying Internal Expertise

Have you ever struggled to find people in your organisation with expertise that could help your research project? It’s a common problem, particularly for global pharmaceutical companies with geographically dispersed R&D teams.

Having an understanding of the availability and location of internal expertise is fundamental to effective and efficient project planning. Building new cross-disciplinary teams, identifying stakeholders for strategic initiatives, and evaluating potential sites for new centres of excellence all benefit from having accurate information about an organization’s core competencies and expertise.

SciBite enables pharmaceutical companies to index all the content generated by a scientist and build a profile of relevant terms that reflect the research activities of that person. These knowledge profiles can uncover valuable insights about the latent expertise that resides within an organisation.

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