Global Collaboration in Life Sciences
Hybrid and virtual collaboration enables life sciences organizations to accelerate the speed of innovation. See how your pharma or biotech company can work faster and communicate more efficiently with Zoom’s cloud-based collaboration platform.
Communication drives innovation
Across the life sciences space, organizations are using cloud-based communications to collaborate effectively, deliver training and education, hold events, accelerate research and development, and transform their global operations in a hybrid world.
Unique applications for virtual collaboration tools for pharma companies are growing, and forward-looking organizations have the potential to be at the front of this evolution.
Onboard your Life Sciences organization with Zoom
From deploying Zoom across your life sciences organization to understanding available resources and in-meeting controls for administrative use, various types of education, telehealth, clinical trials, sales interactions, and more, Zoom has you covered.
One collaboration platform to support all your operations
The Zoom virtual collaboration platform powers communication across your global life sciences organization, helping you connect with patients, physicians, and other stakeholders near and far.
Decentralized clinical trials help increase access to diverse patient populations and improve communication throughout the trial
Virtual facility inspections and equipment troubleshooting can decrease downtime and streamline operations on the manufacturing floor
Video sales calls are more efficient and convenient, allowing your sales team to enhance interactions with physicians and medical staff
Hear from our medtech, pharma, and biotech customers
“We use Zoom Phone on our systems/cell phones, we use Meetings to collaborate. Our clinical team is doing webinars with physicians. Being able to continue to showcase what we’re doing virtually has really helped us grow and sustain our footprint on the medical device industry.”
“We create enzyme therapies for very rare diseases, up to just a few thousand people on Earth have these diseases at any time. … Our need for Zoom was about reaching very distant regions of the planet, small countries all over the world. And it was very easy for everyone to use.”
Connect with a Zoom specialist
Speak with our healthcare and life sciences team to learn more about using the Zoom digital collaboration platform to transform how you work, collaborate, and innovate.
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