Intelligent augmentation
Intelligent augmentation
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Intelligent Augmentation

Life sciences companies are a natural fit for digital labor, from robotics to cognitive

Most life sciences organizations are already using some form of automation, such as lean and Six Sigma processes, software as a service (SaaS), or maybe even artificial intelligence algorithms. And they may have made inroads toward greater speed and flexibility by modernizing core enterprise systems. Finally, most have been realizing cost-savings for some time through business process outsourcing (BPO).

Intelligent Augmentation:
Life sciences companies are a natural fit for digital labor, from robotics to cognitive

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