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IHS Goldfire: Healthcare

Advance medical frontiers with accelerated research and innovation tools

Are you looking for new markets and applications for current technologies? Need to improve manufacturing process efficiencies to reduce costs and speed delivery?

IHS Goldfire platform helps you retrieve relevant knowledge for the healthcare industry. Continuous medical discoveries, increased customer demand and rising regulatory pressures are forcing manufacturers to innovate efficiently and quickly. Using Goldfire helps healthcare product design keep pace and ensures you can:

  • Introduce revenue-maximizing products faster
  • Reduce direct and operating costs
  • Enable cost-effective compliance
  • Safeguard solutions and technology
  • Boost collaboration and efficiencies

Testimonials

“We are committed to delivering innovative medical technologies, and [IHS] Goldfire is integral to our innovation and product design process.”
Boston Scientific

“It is a powerful research and development tool... it has taught me to think about problems differently.”
Fortune 500 pharmaceutical company

“[IHS] Goldfire saves time and allows me to think about solutions or mechanisms in different ways and exposes me to different solutions – get to the ultimate solution quicker.”
Senior Principal R&D Engineer,Leading life sciences company

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