With the emphasis on Big Data, predictive capabilities and speed of insights continue to transform the Life Sciences industry. The partnership enables organizations, facing the common challenge of effectively leveraging valuable insights extracted from large and diverse silos of data, to improve collaboration and streamline business operations. Customers will benefit from EPAM’s extensive Big Data expertise and their experience developing innovative, search-based applications on top of Sinequa’s platform. The partnership also allows customers to leverage best-in-class capabilities provided by Sinequa, including Natural Language Processing, Machine Learning, text mining, and powerful semantic analysis.
“As the Life Sciences industry continues to undergo unprecedented transformation to deliver more value-based and personalized medicine, the capability to integrate vast data resources and translate them into meaningful, actionable insights is critical,” said
“Our clients believe that digital transformation relies mostly on making information available faster with contextual insight,” said Xavier Pornain, Vice President, WW Sales and Alliances, Sinequa. “EPAM brings experienced scientists and experts to implement and quickly customize our unique Cognitive Search and Analytics platform, allowing our customers to extract new and useful business insights from the vast quantities of available data.”
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