HUBBALLI, India, November 20, 2017 /PRNewswire/ --
Hubballi-based Aissel Technologies Pvt. Ltd., announces the launchof their new product, konectar. konectar is a highly advanced medical KOL Management Platform designed to enable industry-leading life science companies to discover, profile and engage the right medical experts for their business objectives.
konectar KOL Management Platform has built-in CRM features, advanced network visualizations and data analytics, and is built to offer maximum flexibility to customers to customize the platform. konectar uses Machine Learning technologies to identify trends in the activities of the healthcare professionals that the user selects and automatically recommends newer influencers; a cutting-edge feature that is first-of-its-kind in the medical influencer business applications. Aissel has initially released konectar for the Neuroscience specialty and many other specialties will soon be launched in 2018.
"konectar is the most advanced application in its space and is designed based on our deep understanding of the needs of life science companies to engage with the right experts," says Prasad Patil, CEO and Co-founder of Aissel Technologies.
Aissel's Medical Thought Leader Management solutions are deployed at leading global life sciences companies. The enterprise-class software solutions cater to the business intelligence needs of industry leading pharmaceutical, biotech and medical devices companies. Aissel has 80+ employees working from offices in Hubballi, Bangalore and Boston.
For more information, please visit http://www.aissel.com/konectar
Media Contact: Aparna Shivapura firstname.lastname@example.org +91(836)235-1011 Director - Marketing Aissel Technologies Pvt. Ltd
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