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Angelini Pharma Selects AiDEA’s Artificial Intelligence to Boost Its Growth

Angelini Pharma | March 11, 2021

Trueblue, a main supplier of AI answers for Operational and Analytical CRM in the Life Science industry reports that Angelini Pharma, as a feature of a significant global computerized change measure, has picked AiDEA, the principal AI-Digital Cloud Pharma CRM arrangement dependent on Microsoft Dynamics 365. Angelini Pharma is a main pharmaceutical organization focused on aiding patients in the remedial zones of Central Nervous System (CNS) and Mental Health (including Pain), Rare Diseases and Consumer Healthcare.

Angelini's new computerized vision is to reposition and lift its Customer Engagement abilities utilizing Artificial Intelligence by actualizing a creative AI-Driven CRM system. This layouts a make way towards Digital, yet in addition the eagerness to go worldwide through accepted procedures that empower connections with key customers while supporting the organization's global development, along these lines advancing its business and operational abilities.

Angelini Pharma will execute the AiDEA CRM suite in excess of 24 subsidiaries around the world, offering its workers a wide scope of Artificial Intelligence applications. The main Pharma Company will accordingly exploit noteworthy bits of knowledge and omni-channel optimization algorithms intended to augment the utilization of assets, optimize Customer Engagement Activities on all channels and better address the issues of every stakeholder.

After an intensive assessment interaction of the ideal accomplice and because of a previous fruitful Data Warehouse and Corporate Business Intelligence project, Angelini Pharma picked Trueblue's, which exhibited the abilities, advancement, adaptability and business benefit of its foundation dependent on Microsoft technologies.

“We decided to boost the deployment of our Multichannel strategy to better support our ongoing transformation, and while advancing significantly, we realized the need to further accelerate also expanding to solutions based on the use of Artificial Intelligence," says Pierluigi Antonelli, Angelini Pharma’s CEO. "Trueblue's AiDEA Suite enables us to leverage our existing investments while accelerating our AI transformation to ensure our subsidiaries can better serve their customers".

On a global level, organizations that are deliberately scaling artificial intelligence report a profit from investment almost multiple times more noteworthy than those that are merely experimenting.

"We are excited about this relationship that has been lasting for several years and that makes Angelini Pharma the main player of a new paradigm, in this particularly important historical moment for the pharmaceutical context," says Marco Bonesini - CEO & Co-founder of Trueblue. "Our goal is to contribute to the growth of Angelini Pharma at international level with the strength of AiDEA and all the potential of an omni-channel AI-Driven solution based on Microsoft Dynamics 365, which is truly ready to change the CRM market in the pharmaceutical sector".

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