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Four Ways to Monetize Data

Topic Discussed : Four Ways to Monetize DataSpeakers: Archana Vidyasekar, Research Director, Chaitanya Habib, Research Consultant, Frost & Sullivan, Chandos Quill, SVP/General Manager, ALC, Trey Stephens, Consultant, AcxiomMore companies are building data-driven strategies to fuel growth in the upcoming data economy. Though in its nascent stages, data monetization has a considerable effect on many industry verticals. Currently, over 2.5 Quintilian bytes of data is created every single day with a utilization rate of less than 0.5%, and companies need to address the stagnant pools of data underneath to pave the path to digital transformation.Join Frost & Sullivan's experts along with Chandos Quill, SVP/General Manager at ALC, and Trey Stephens, Consultant, Acxiom, in the webinar, 4 Ways to Monetize Data. The webinar will focus on the key implications of data monetization to a company’s operating models and business functions. It will look at growth opportunities and the future perspective of how data monetization will evolve and disrupt traditional industries like Automotive and Healthcare.Key Takeaways:Jump innovation roadblocks by tapping into new categories of data within an organizationExplore the various monetization routes to identify the best possible fit to strategically monetize data assetsInteract with industry experts to understand the current advancements in data monetizationFor further insights, please join us for future podcasts and to know more about our Growth Partnership Services, reach out to or click here to Contact Us.Related Keywords: Frost & Sullivan, Data Monetization, Data Driven, Digital Transformation, Artificial Intelligence, Monetization, DaaS, Innovation, IoT, Strategic PlanningWebsite:

Novel Technologies Driving the Future of Infectious Disease Diagnostics

Topic Discussed : Novel Technologies Driving Infectious Disease ManagementSpeaker: Deepak JayakumarKey Takeaways:Urgent need of rapid and accurate detection at the point of need is a prime driver of infection diagnosis. Frost & Sullivan’s research study explores some of the novel and emerging diagnostic technologies for infectious pathogen identification which includes:CRISPR-based paper diagnostic tests connected with a smartphone that can provide an accurate, rapid diagnosis with a minimum requirement of complex resourcesSome of the most recent development in antibody-antigen based assay and colorimetric assays are enlisted like saliva-based rapid diagnosis, 5-minute sepsis detection tests, improved immunoassay and mobile-based diagnostics for bacterial and Urinary Tract infectionUpgraded portable, fast, and next-generation Polymerase chain reaction technologies like ultra-fast PCR, dry reagents, sample to direct pathogen detection, portable real-time systems, multiplexed and improved PCR technologies are describedDiagnostics coupled with multidisciplinary approaches like artificial intelligence and machine learning in microscopy, sequencing; bioinformatics platforms and databases for pathogen identification, drug resistance and susceptibility testing which assist physicians to promptly start relevant treatments. Also, a fusion of one or more technologies such as applications of sound waves to develop diagnostic biosensors, applications of magnetic resonance in PCR and other technologies like nano-pore technology, microfluidics are discussedFor further insights, please join us for future podcasts and to know more about our Growth Partnership Services, reach out to or click here to Contact Us.Related Keywords: Frost & Sullivan, Infectious disease diagnostics, Point of care, point of need, rapid diagnosis, PCR, antigen antibody assays, culturing, microscopy, microorganism identification, pathogen identification, CRISPR, next-generation sequencing, biosensors, nanopore, malaria, HIV, influenzaWebsite: