A Digital Journey
Sept 2021 | Sophia Ktori takes a look at the role software companies play in driving digital transformation in the laboratory
A major challenge for data-driven R&D is the lack of high-quality data. While accurate sample, analytical and physical characterization data may exist, they are generally not helpful when analyzing why or how a specific experiment contributed to the overall success of an innovation project. This can only be achieved with a unified platform approach that links data from all disciplines together and contextualizes experiments by implementing workflows and roles. This provides data insights that are otherwise impossible and helps our customers to innovate faster.
– Max Petersen, Associate VP of Chemicals & Materials Marketing at Dotmatics