LiquidHub Receives 2016 Computerworld Data+ Editors’ Choice AwardIndustry Award Recognizes LiquidHub’s Excellence in Delivering Innovative Data Solution
PHILADELPHIA – September 13, 2016 – LiquidHub, a customer engagement company, is proud to announce that the organization has been named as a 2016 Computerworld Data+ Editors’ Choice Award honoree. This prestigious honor recognizes the top 20 innovative data initiatives that deliver significant business value.
LiquidHub was recognized for its partnership with a pharmaceutical manufacturer as it prepared to introduce a new distribution model which would generate large amounts of data around the patient journey. LiquidHub provided the necessary platform and technologies to de-identify patient data for better visibility into the patient experience, from the day patients receive a prescription and request a referral to the day they no longer take the medication.
Through LiquidAnalytics, LiquidHub’s specialty pharmaceutical data aggregation and analytics platform, the manufacturer was able to examine the data at the macro, big picture level, and also at the micro level, patient by patient. This solution allowed the manufacturer to truly understand the patient’s experience, enabling it to identify individual problems and intervene quickly to support a patient’s needs throughout his or her journey.
“We are proud of this achievement as it shows our commitment to providing innovative strategies that create impactful solutions for our clients,” said Thomas Hannigan, partner, Life Sciences at LiquidHub. “Our partners can be confident that we offer the best-in-class services and solutions, including encryption and de-identification technology which provide deeper insights to help clients improve the patient experience.”
“We are pleased to announce the 2016 Computerworld Data+ Editors’ Choice Awards honorees,” said Scot Finnie, editor in chief, Computerworld. “This year’s 20 winning organizations have used data analytics to achieve a wide spectrum of gains, from improving business profitability to uncovering trends in criminal activity and reducing energy use -- even keeping trains running on schedule. We're continually impressed with the new and inventive analytics projects at organizations big and small uncovered through our Data+ program. This year's winning organizations are at the forefront of applying data analytics to deliver both business and societal benefits.”
The Data+ Editors’ Choice Awards honorees and their achievements will be highlighted in a special September feature on Computerworld.com.
About Computerworld’s Data+ Editors’ Choice Awards
The Computerworld Data+ Editors’ Choice awards program was launched in 2013 by IDG’s Computerworld editorial team to recognize organizations that are mining big data to analyze and predict business trends and monetize this information. Organizations were asked to complete questionnaires detailing their big data projects, which were then reviewed by the Computerworld editorial team. From those questionnaires, honorees were selected for their ability to achieve business benefits through big data, and demonstrate real-world results and best practices. View the 2016 winners on Computerworld.com.
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LiquidHub is a customer engagement company that partners with businesses to improve customer experience and drive growth. Headquartered in Philadelphia, with operations in North America, Asia, and Europe, we serve companies globally, helping them solve their most complex challenges through design expertise and technology innovation. Our customer successes are the result of a culture rooted in thought leadership and delivery excellence. For more information about LiquidHub, please visit www.liquidhub.com or follow us on Twitter or LinkedIn.