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Website and Software Localization
| By CPSL
The internationalisation of a company’s software offering or website plays a key role in its global strategy. However, to exploit this potential, translating the text into the target language is not all that needs to be done; localizing it (L10n) is equally important. This means adapting all the information in the software or website to the target audience in a specific territory.
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What are the Benefits of Owning a Malvern Particle Size Analyzer?
| By Malvern Instruments
A recent Malvern customer survey allowed us to ask our customers about the Malvern laser diffraction particle sizing equipment they owned (Mastersizer and Spraytec), how they used it and what they liked most about it.
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WHO Drug Dictionaries
| By The Uppsala Monitoring Centre
Uppsala Monitoring Centre (UMC) WHO Drug Dictionaries and related services optimize the global coding, analysis and reporting of medical product information from clinical trials and within drug safety. Since all use the same working methods and terminologies, users can easily apply the drug coding principles across the whole series.
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WHO Drug Dictionary Enhanced (WHO DDE)
| By The Uppsala Monitoring Centre
The Uppsala Monitoring Centre (UMC) WHO Drug Dictionary Enhanced (WHO DDE) is the most comprehensive and actively used drug coding reference work in the world. The information it contains helps ensure that clinical trial data is accurately coded, analysed, interpreted and reported. Most critically, WHO DDE meets the expressed need for a consistent drug dictionary and exact terminology when coding concomitant medications to accelerate submissions to national regulatory authorities.
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WHO Drug Dictionary Enhanced (WHO DDE) - Clinical
| By The Uppsala Monitoring Centre
The Uppsala Monitoring Centre (UMC) WHO Drug Dictionary Enhanced (WHO DDE) is the most comprehensive and actively used drug coding reference work in the world. The information it contains helps ensure that clinical trial data is accurately coded, analysed, interpreted and reported. Most critically, WHO DDE meets the expressed need for a consistent drug dictionary and exact terminology when coding concomitant medications to accelerate submissions to national regulatory authorities.
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Win with Networked Drug Development Alliances
| By INC Research
Large biopharms are caught between two powerful market forces: the pressure to maximize profits and the need for continual investment in their drug pipelines. For drug development executives, choosing which drugs to commercialize is all about trade-offs -- for example, passing over many pre-clinical compounds to aggressively pursue the highest probability clinical trials that maximize the likelihood of near-term revenue and earnings. Executives know that passing over promising compounds could mean missing their next big hit.
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