IS Strategy

Scimcon specialises in IS strategy for life sciences organisations.

Our people have worked in life sciences, in other lab environments and in IT/IS design and management. Unlike most IT consultancies, they hold in depth practical knowledge of design and implementation of  information systems including LIMS, Chromatography data systems, ePRO and ECOA systems, document management, instrument systems, Electronic Lab Notebooks and raw data archival systems.

Strategies that we develop with you help to develop a structured approach for IS projects and focus your budget on achievable business objectives, and better outcomes for scientists.

Creating a clear sense of direction

Improving your IS strategy will help you regain control of IS direction and make it possible to plan with more certainty.

We base our proposals on a thorough understanding of needs, gained during the initial study phase. Projects are prioritised within the strategy to provide solutions to short, medium and long term needs.

With a solid procedure for project prioritisation, you can speed up the cycle of a project from idea to live system.

Scimcon encourages developing a process for prioritising IS projects, as an important component of the IS strategy—one that remains in place to assist future IS project proposal evaluation.

Having a process ensures that selections are based on criteria set out in the IS strategy document. Business cases are submitted to a steering group top determine which projects get funding on the basis of their contribution to business objectives.

A platform for success

Beyond the design of a robust IS strategy, Scimcon can show you how best to manage ongoing projects successfully.

By employing a structured approach to project definition and implementation, you can provide better support to your scientists, maximise return on IS investment, and improve business performance.

For more information, please contact one of the Scimcon team today

+44 (1638) 661 631

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