How Information Accessibility Streamlines Iterative Design in Chemical R&D
Sharing information throughout the R&D phase can speed a product to market
When developing new chemical products, cross-functional collaboration and iterative evaluation are what optimize production.
Yet these processes currently waste time and effort. To become more efficient, chemists and engineers are turning to experimental data and synthetic research precedents in information solutions in order to reduce research time and increase the return on R&D investment.
In this white paper, you’ll learn more about:
- The major stages of product development
- Three main areas where inefficiencies occur and their impact on the process
- How shared information can make a significant difference in each case
Read the white paper now to discover more.
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