In early June, CobbleStone exhibited at BIO 2019 in Philadelphia, PA. There was an abundance of amazing keynotes, super sessions, fireside chats, receptions, and educational sessions ranging from “Biofuels & Renewable Chemicals” to “Value, Patient Access & Reimbursement.” The sessions on “Business Development & Finance,” “Emerging Opportunities in Global Markets,” and “Intellectual Property” made it clear that biotechnology and pharmaceutical industry leaders from life sciences and academic institutions are eager to face their challenges. Their strategy will beintegrating new technologies into their processes to improve operations, go-to-market efforts, R&D, profitability, and contract performance.
CobbleStone attended NY Tech Summit 2019 on June 5th through June 7th as a contract management software exhibitor. The event was focused on hot IT topics and trends and offered a collaborative experience. Our exciting days consisted of breakout sessions, roundtables, keynote speakers, and networking opportunities at the Oneida Indian Nation’s Turning Stone Resort and Casino located in the heart of upstate New York. If you didn't have a chance to attend NY Tech Summit 2019, I’ve outlined some key takeaways in this article.
The IT Industry is facing unprecedented challenges with digital transformation. Whether you’re an IT service provider, CIO, CTO, or work in a corporate IT department, the future state of your organization is weighing heavily on your team. To future-proof and take control in the face of stringent compliance requirements, security threats, and privacy and data breaches, IT professionals must be able to respond effectively to organizational change, technological advances, cybersecurity demands, and behavioral, legal, and regulatory compliance requirements.
Virtually every organization in every industry has contracts to manage. More than ever, there are increasing opportunities to drive value with the contract management process by improving communication, negotiation, conflict resolution, leadership, and technical capabilities with the right contract management tools. Each contract manager’s challenge is to get buy-in on contract process improvement initiatives.