Data-driven Healthcare for the Pharmaceutical Industry
Data-driven Healthcare for the Pharmaceutical Industry

The pharmaceutical industry must continually adapt to changing trends in population health as well as increasing regulatory requirements. To accelerate the discovery of next-generation treatments while effectively managing costs, they must leverage data from an incredible array of sources in a variety of formats while ensuring that all data is stored and accessed according to compliance requirements such as HIPPA, PHI and GDPR.

With Solix Common Data Platform (CDP), organizations within the pharmaceutical industry can improve the performance of critical applications while keeping costs under control. Solix CDP connects to dashboards for advanced analytics to optimize manufacturing yields by minimizing waste as well as advance developments in fields including genomic research to create predictive and personalized medicine.

Solix Common Data Platform for the Pharmaceutical Industry
  • Solix Enterprise Archiving: Move less active data from production applications to an archive, purging it from the source to improve performance and reduce infrastructure costs by storing archived data on commodity hardware.
  • Solix Enterprise Data Lake: Low-cost, bulk storage of data in varying formats to create a single logical data lake across multiple locations, whether on-premises or in the cloud.
  • Advanced Analytics: Connect through a growing library of APIs to dashboards for next-generation predictive, prescriptive and image analytics.
  • ILM & Data Governance: Data governance through an Information Lifecycle Management (ILM) framework to ensure industry-standard compliance requirements are met, with flexibility for custom business rules.
  • Enterprise Cash Consolidation: Maximize revenue opportunities with claims and cash flow management analytics powered by Emagia.


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Data-driven Healthcare for the Pharmaceutical Industry



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