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Only one in three new chemical products launches successfully. Further, increasingly complex regulations combined with a need to get closer to customers when launching new performance products has put more pressure on the lab for multinational chemical companies. But ready access to comprehensive chemistry data and dynamic research trends helps significantly reduce that pressure and speed products to market.
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Winning the ICIS and Alpha Innovator Awards: Impact on the business
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Innovation: The vital key to success
CMS’s business model is 100% reliant on innovation. Learn how the company’s approach to innovation drives their success.
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Discover how CMS uses scientific literature to understand industry problems that the company is uniquely positioned to solve – presently, and in the future.
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