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A top manufacturer of medical supplies reduced commodity costs by millions of dollars within 18-20 months and enabled its team to negotiate better rates – e.g., pushing back on 6 commodity cost increases in 8 months due to more accurate pricing data. Enabling tighter forecasts and improving workflows helps the company serve consumers more effectively.
Millions of lives are saved by blood transfusions and this company plays a vital role in making transfusions safe. To provide hospitals with the best pre-transfusion diagnostic products, its researchers are identifying next-generation concepts and generating important innovations while also resolving problems and documenting their findings more efficiently.
One of the world’s premier semiconductor companies increased the number of cross references in its parts database from 100,000 to nearly 2 million. In doing so, the company boosted results of its parts with the lowest searches by 52 percent and helped its customers find alternatives for obsolete parts so they can avoid the need to redesign products.Learn More About Our Customers Success
Listen to Ian Mitchell, Senior Innovation Consultant for IHS Product Design, explain how a global life sciences manufacturer recovered legacy data to secure internal knowledge and competitive intelligence using IHS software across its entire organization. From researchers, scientists and engineers, company leaders have new expanded power to work with both a range of internal content - shared drives and SharePoint document management systems but also external content that IHS provides.View Video
Top tech leaders gathered at the White House last Monday for the inaugural American Technology Council meeting. Chief executives from companies like Amazon, Apple, IBM and Microsoft gathered in Washington, D.C. to meet with the heads of federal agencies to discuss the administration’s IT prior
I've been thinking about the way people drive and come up with "fast drivers are safer than slow drivers". My reasoning is: fast drivers are more focused on their driving and their reflexes are keener than a slow driver who's reflexes are slower. A slow driver or more a casual driver isn't tuned to
Came across this youtube channel. Pretty cool. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOpdDZoLH9IDJ8IuNZzz2iQ