SIG Consulting prescribes ERP solution for Gilead Sciences

Pritchard, Glyn
February 2002
Life Science Today;Feb2002, Vol. 3 Issue 1, p24
Reports the development and marketing of biopharmaceutical products for the treatment of various infectious disease in Great Britain. Provision of comprehensive information technology consultancy service; Implementation of enterprise resource planning system; Stability of SIG consulting team.


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