iPad Utilization in Pharma Sales & Managed Markets Teams: Top Challenges & Success Factors
CHAPEL HILL, N.C., May 5, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Sales and managed markets teams at bio-pharma and medical device companies are increasingly utilizing more popular technological innovations. Despite the many benefits that are associated with implementing these devices, deploying iPads into the field also requires significant planning, resources and training to make the investment a success.
There are various challenges that organizations can encounter when deploying iPads to large customer-facing commercial groups. According to recent research by benchmarking firm Best Practices, LLC, 42% of leaders agree that having a structured training plan is one of the most effective ways to overcome the challenges that they face when implementing iPads. Having proper training will make reps or account managers more comfortable with technology, prompting them to use the device actively.
The study, "iPad Utilization in Pharma: Top Challenges and Success Factors for Sales and Managed Markets Teams," provides insights that can serve as a reference point for sales and managed markets leaders regarding the deployment of iPads. The research also outlines valuable findings on iPad deployment challenges, lessons learned and best practices.
Key study topics include:
- iPad Deployment Challenges
- iPad Deployment Best Practices
Best Practices, LLC engaged 59 Sales & Training leaders at 40 companies through a benchmarking survey instrument. All participants share leadership and oversight of Sales, Training, and Commercial groups at their healthcare organizations.
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