CHAPEL HILL, N.C., Feb. 10, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- As pharmaceutical and medical device companies evolve, market research in these companies must develop innovative capabilities while refining current ones to support intelligent planning and decision-making. Consequently, market research leaders are beginning to explore different types of technological advances in order to bring forth developments in both external data collection and internal asset creation.
Almost 90 percent of respondents believe that greater use of new/innovative tools and techniques--more than any other factor--will inform the function over the next 3-5 years, according to primary research on "Market Research: Impending Challenges and Changes to a Core Pharmaceutical Function" conducted by Best Practices, LLC. Among the innovative tools and techniques that are at the function's disposal are interviewing doctors in-office via Webcam, biometric/neurological monitoring and social media/web analytics.
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