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  • Ravinder Pal Singh, <br>Inventor | Engineer | Technologist

    Ravinder Pal Singh,
    Inventor | Engineer | Technologist

  • Leader who doesn’t want to talk about himself and is difficult to open up but when we got his time he was 100% dedicated to us and shared his body of work, thought and inspiration behind it. But you will lose him immediately if you demonstrate too much formality or overstate success or failure. Ravinder Pal Singh (Ravi) is a Harvard Alumini, Award Winning Technologist, Rescue Pilot and Angel Investor with several Patents. He is a rockstar Global speaker and story teller where he shares his body of work, mostly 1st in the world and how they are making a difference within acute constraints of culture and cash, mostly via commodity technology. He is regarded amongst world’s top Robotics engineer and Artificial Intelligence expert.

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Figures Speak Volumes Of India's Standing In The Pharma Industry

By: Emmanuel Christi Das, Editor

Today with advancements in medical sciences and proactive & healthy lifestyle, people live longer, healthier

IoT Opens New Avenues For Improving Healthcare Practices

By: Rishi Mohan Bhatnagar, President, Aeris India

The expanding interface between IoT and healthcare affords immense opportunities for enhancing patient

10 Most Recommended Pharma and Life Sciences Companies - 2020

Leveraging It To Ensure Data Integrity In Pharmaceutical

By: Deepak Saini, Director ­ IT, Dr. Reddys Pharmaceuticals LLC, NAG Region

Indian pharma generics companies account for around 30 percent (by volume) and about 10 percent (value) in

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How Mhealth (Mobile Health) Is Improving Maternal And Child Health Outcomes

By: Rohit MA, Cofounder and Managing Director, Cloudnine Group of Hospitals

Over the past few years, we've seen mobile apps, or mHealth apps, begin to solve some of the problems that

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What Is Technology In Healthcare Really Doing For The Masses?

By: Viloo Williams, CIO & Head Digital Transformation, CK Birla Hospitals

Today let's look at the Healthcare Services from a Consumer perspective. Businesses believe Customer

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How Intelligent Swabs Saves Lives Post-Surgery

By: Dr. Sreeram Srinivasan, CEO, Syrma Technology Private Limited

Every year many surgery patients unnecessarily endure life-threatening complications due to RSI (Retained

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AI And Analytics Changing The Face Of Insurance

By: Saurabh Awasthi, Head of Analytics, Cigna TTK

Insurance has been the earliest adopter of data but the latest one of data Analytics. Historically, Insurers

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Technology For Impact: Solving India's Last Mile Healthcare Challenge

By: Sheetal Ranganathan, Global Head ­ Life Sciences and Healthcare Operations, Evalueserve

Data doesn't lie. It tells stories. The more diverse the data gets, the richer is the story ­ with multiple

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The `BIG Pharma Tilt' Towards Artificial Intelligence

By: Jasmine Gorimar, Senior Commercial Tech Lead, Glaxo Smith Kline (GSK)

The world's leading drug companies are turning to artificial intelligence to improve their business of finding new

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  • 10 Most Recommended Pharma and Life Sciences Companies - 2020

    According to Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI) report, the life sciences industry in India is now the third-largest contributor as it generates almost USD 10 billion of trade surplus each year. This sector is responsible for generating a major portion of jobs. It is estimated that an average of 2.5 million people is currently serving the life science industry as biochemist, stockist, professor, research analyst, microbiologist, etc. Overall, the Indian healthcare sector is growing rapidly, which is expected to go past USD 133 billion by 2022. Growing at a CAGR of 22.4 percent in the coming period and is predicted to reach the size of USD 20 billion by 2020 through exports, the Indian pharmaceutical sector is placed at the center in the premium market division of life sciences. It is also forecasted that medical devices market will grow to USD 55 billion by 2020. Poised to become the largest distributor of drugs in international markets, the life sciences market in India is marching towards saving precious lives through this. People are getting infected by coronavirus. Each day it is claiming lives of COVID-19 patients. Not limited to that, due to COVID-19 pandemic and worldwide lockdown, a large number of industries is fighting against the failing economy. Unemployment is rising and. Scientists and researchers are delving to find treatments and vaccines to cure and restore human faith in medicines. In the areas of forensic, information security, chart audit, drug regulation, generics, and oncology, the pharmacy and life science companies are changing how these areas function. To present valuable information before the readers, in this edition of the CIO Insider Magazine, we present a list of `10 Most Recommended Pharma and Life Sciences Companies ­ 2020'. After thorough analysis and scrutiny, this list has been prepared by a team of CEOs, CIOs, CXOs, Analysts, and CIO Insider Editorial Board. The inspiring stories of the companies will surely captivate the readers.

Company Logo Company Name Company Management Company Description
Clinevo Technologies: Reducing Overall Time and Cost of Clinical Trials and Pharmacovigilance Clinevo Technologies Arunkumar Devaraj, Director Provides cloud-based, regulatory compliant and cost-effective software solutions for clinical trials and pharmacovigilance.
Freyr Freyr Rajiv Rangan, Co-founder & CEO Provides global regulatory solutions and services, supporting large, medium and small size global life sciences companies.
GreatFour Systems GreatFour Systems Bharat Gujawarti, Senior VP Offers an enterprise-ready software platform which provides an end-to-end solution - streamlining packaging, labeling, regulatory, quality, drug R&D, clinical research and quality departments.
Merck Merck Stefan Oschmann, Chairman & CEO Provides Pharmaceutical and Biopharmaceutical Manufacturing, Pharmaceutical Research, Quality Control, Clinical and Diagnostics Products, and more.
Nucleome Nucleome Dushyant Singh Baghel, CEO & MD Provides various services from Genomics, Epigeonomics, Metageonomics, to Transcriptomics, Molecular Diagnostics and Bio IT.
PharmaACE: Assuring Quality and Customer Satisfaction through Advanced ML and AI PharmaACE Harjot Singh, President Being a life science-focused company; it provides analytic solutions for the efficient commercialization of pharmaceutical products.
Rockwell Automation Rockwell Automation Blake D. Moret, President & CEO Offers solutions for global life sciences industry by managing risk, improving packaging and ensuring quality.
Sciformix Sciformix Manish Vinayak Soman, President & CEO Provides scientific knowledge-based services to bio pharmaceutical, generic pharmaceutical, consumer product, medical device, contract research and healthcare companies.
Sphera Sphera Paul Maruskha, CEO Delivers automated solutions that manage compliance, risk and product stewardship for Life Sciences manufacturers.
Vaneera Group of Companies Vaneera Group of Companies Vasudeo Mahajan, Founder Chairman & CEO Delivering consultancy services for various processes in the Pharmaceutical Industry and providing Custom Software Development, Software Testing, Website Development, Information Security, Office 365 Deployment & Adoption, Business Intelligence & Analysis, Mobile Solutions & Services, VAPT, and G-Suite.

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