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10 Tips to Grow Your Life Sciences Network with LinkedIn and CRM – Webinar


Join us for a webinar on 10 Tips to Grow Your Life Sciences Network with LinkedIn, Social Media and CRM. Jan Wallen, author of the best selling book “Mastering LinkedIn in 7 days or Less” will be joining me in a

Posted in Analytics

Opening KeyNote – Notes from Houston – Microsoft Dynamics Convergence 2012


A jam packed day of great sessions. The opening keynotes featured Kirill Tatarinov, President of the Microsoft Business Solutions Division (MBS) and Kevin Turn, COO. This is the biggest Convergence yet with over 10,000 attendees. There is a palpable excitement

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Exciting new updates coming soon for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011


Microsoft just announced their Release Preview Guide for the Q2 2012 Service Update. Read about all the goodness from here: http://bit.ly/A67Py4 The highlights that are most awesome are: Mobility Woohoo! Microsoft will be offering a full featured mobile solution. Microsoft

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Posted in Analytics, CRM, Mobility, Portals, Tips

Infinity Info Systems is Hiring!


We are growing rapidly. If you are an expert at what you do and want to grow with a fantastic team in a challenging and results oriented environment, we want to talk to you! We have all kinds of open

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Posted in Analytics, CRM, Healthcare, Life Sciences, Medical Devices, Mobility, Portals, SharePoint

AMA survey: Docs in smaller practices are more likely to accept drug samples


Interesting results from a study just posted on AMA. This is some food for thought if you or your organization has a focus on getting product samples into the hands of physicians. http://www.ama-assn.org/amednews/2011/08/15/prbf0815.htm This also means your method of targeting

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Posted in Analytics, CRM, Healthcare, Life Sciences, Pharma

Texas Hospital Reduces Readmissions with Analytics


Great example of outside the box thinking for using business intelligence/analytics to improve healthcare. In this case, reducing readmissions. Why are readmissions a big deal you ask? MedPAC estimates that Medicare pays about $12 billion annually in costs related to

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