How to optimize your research administration with machine learning
September 22 | Webinar
As a researcher, you often have to balance multiple projects – each with its own administration burden. Keeping up with the workload is no easy task. Fortunately, there’s a solution: through intelligent technologies, universities and research institutes can optimize their research management processes. As a result, academics can once again focus on their core activities: conducting research.
Join our webinar on 22 September at 15:00 CET to find out how to transform your research management. Broaden your vision and discover numerous innovation opportunities for all steps within the research management cycle including pre-award, post-award, execution and closing phase.
One example: our Research Funding Matching Application facilitates research administration business flows. Discover its intuitive, real-time ‘research calls – skills-matching dashboard’ and learn how it revolutionises the entire research management cycle, from pre-award phase to closing phase.
Join the webinar to
- learn how to stay on top of your research projects, from both a centralised and a decentralised perspective;
- experience the impact of introducing intelligent technologies to your research administration flows;
- see how easy it is to embed machine learning into your SAP landscape;
- discover how to centralise financial, administrative and project information from multiple sources and embed flexibility and funding-based diversity into your research administration flows.
Research administration officers and business and IT enterprise architects working at higher education and research institutes.
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Want to know how machine learning can help you manage your university’s research administration cycle? Join our 45-minute webinar on 22 September and learn how to transition in a step-by-step approach.
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