Article | December 11, 2018

10 Things We've Learned In 10 Years Of E-Clinical Innovation: Part 3

Source: TransPerfect

By William Mellinger, TransPerfect

10 Things We’ve Learned In 10 Years Of E-Clinical Innovation: Part 3

Part three is the end of the birthday song where we all say “and many more”.

Unfortunately, we can’t celebrate our 10th birthday forever. All good things must come to an end. Before we turn out the lights on our year-long celebration, we have a final five lessons learned from our ten years of e-clinical innovation. Check out parts one and two if you missed them.

In part two, we left off talking about how technology and service companies need to provide well-rounded capabilities, how our users are the real heroes of innovation, how they can also struggle to let go of old habits, how email is not good for document management, and how inspections findings are much more costly than adopting the right technology, processes, and best practices. Part three is all about relationships, experience, procrastination, support, and accessibility.


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