Accenture, a Denodo Silver Partner, is a multinational professional services company that specializes in information technology and produces software solutions and largescale, industry-focused platforms. One such platform is Intient, which enables insights and collaboration across the life sciences enterprise.
Join Matthew Brooks, Managing Director at Accenture, as he describes the recent evolution of Intient, enabled by logical data fabric. The Intient platform is comprised of several solutions focused on such areas as research, or the formulation of drugs; clinical trials, in which potential drugs are developed and refined; and patient-facing solutions such as mobile apps.
In this session, you will learn:
- How Intient data had been historically siloed across multiple clouds, multiple data stores, and multiple tools
- How Accenture lacked a way to govern policy management and access control across all of the different Intient data silos
- How the pandemic drove the need to unify such areas as initial research and real-world analysis, to enable continuous monitoring and refining as a way to address variants more effectively
- How the implementation of logical data fabric paved the way for Accenture to seamlessly unify the data across the different Intient solutions and tools, without having to physically consolidate the data into a new repository