Sinequa invested significantly in the latest release of its product to evolve the way the platform presents insights to end users, automatically adapting to each user’s device. This required a complete overhaul of the user interface framework to a responsive design based on Angular 7 that opens up application development on the Sinequa platform to a much wider audience.
This article originally appeared in Bio-IT World
Content and data in the biopharmaceutical industry are complex and growing at an exponential rate. Terabytes from research and development, testing, lab reports, and patients reside in sources such as databases, emails, scientific publications, and medical records. Information that could be crucial to research can be found in emails, videos, recorded patient interviews, and social media.
This article was originally published on Manufacturing.net.
As distributed manufacturing gains adoption by some of the world’s largest companies, products are finding their way into the hands of customers faster than ever before. But in the process, companies are becoming increasingly disconnected and less efficient in new areas. Unlike in traditional manufacturing, where materials are assembled in remote, centralized factories and shipped to customers, distributed manufacturing takes place at multiple, decentralized plants where products are assembled closer to the customer.
Sometimes it helps to look at an entire year to gauge just how far you’ve come in a relatively short period of time. Sinequa experienced some very positive developments in 2018 that are worth highlighting. Our software platform evolved on several fronts to help us accelerate our mission to power the information-driven economy. In parallel, our customers demonstrated what the platform can do, even when stretched in creative and unexpected ways.