Pharma Industry Looks to PLM

October 2007
Chem.info;Oct2007, Vol. 45 Issue 10, p74
Trade Publication
The article offers information on the report titled "Streamlining Information in the Pharmaceutical Industry with PLM," by Datamonitor, an independent market analysis firm in the U.S. The report figures that the amount to be spent on product lifecycle management (PLM) by the pharmaceutical industry in North America, Europe, China, and Japan will be $460.2 million by the end 2007 and will more than double by 2012.


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