The appeal of electronic laboratory notebooks (ELN) makes sense when one considers the highly coordinated effort necessary to produce pharmaceuticals.
With so many moving parts, ELNs provide a single location for all the data associated with a given therapeutic for each team to access as it moves through the R&D process. Successfully implementing an ELN across a global organization is not without its challenges, however, and needs its own coordinated effort to fully realize the benefits ELNs can provide.
This use case reviews the implementation of BIOVIA Workbook as a cross-discipline ELN at one of the world’s top biopharmaceutical companies. It covers their best practices and lessons learned from the implementation.