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David Bennett

David Bennett

As Life Science Advisor, David Bennett brings 30 years’ international software industry leadership experience to Mind Foundry, predominantly focused in Life Sciences and Healthcare.

During an international career, David has held leadership positions in both start-up and post-IPO software businesses. David was the first employee of Documentum in Europe, going on to lead SeeBeyond, a leading healthcare enterprise integration company across EMEA. For some time he served as CEO of InforSense before the sale to IDBS where he assumed leadership of that company’s field operations in electronic lab notebooks and high throughput screening technology Most recently he was President of Sales and Marketing for Zinc Ahead and Vice President of Strategy for Veeva Systems in Europe.

David is an enthusiastic cyclist, ex- rugby player and coach and lives with his family in Oxford, UK. He has a Degree in Business Studies for the University of the West of England and a Diploma from the Institute of Marketing. He recently trekked to Everest Base Camp.

Recent posts by David Bennett

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Augmenting the MSL with AI in Life Sciences

By David Bennett on Jul 2, 2019 8:00:00 AM

By engaging with the right medical experts as early as possible in a drug’s lifecycle, pharmaceutical companies can gain enduring competitive edge. However, despite medical affairs departments continually undergoing profound change and growth, studies show 50% of new drug launches fail to meet company expectations. Could embracing AI in life sciences help to tackle this trend?

Topics: life sciences AI
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Artificial Intelligence in Life Sciences: Marketing, Sales and More

By David Bennett on Jun 11, 2019 1:55:37 PM

When we consider the role of artificial intelligence in life sciences, it already has a proven track record as an effective tool to support pharmaceutical research. However, companies are also moving fast to explore the transformational impact it can have on their commercial operations, such as sales and marketing.

Topics: life sciences