'Touchless Plants' To Virtually Trained Workforces - Indian Cos Share Digitalization Tips
COVID-19 A Change Driver
Despite AI and digital analytics playing an increasing role in pharma, the industry lags others globally, a recent event heard. Meanwhile, top Indian players including Sun Pharma, Cipla and others shared what is driving their initiatives, ranging from a 'touchless factory' to virtual training and lessons learned along the way.
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