| 3rd June 2016
Recently, I had the privilege and the pleasure to be a judge on one of the judging panels for the BHBIA’s annual 2016 Best of Business Intelligence (BOBI) awards, which recognises the very best in business intelligence, market research (including fieldwork) and sales research/analytics.
My fellow judges and I had to determine the winning entry from a shortlist presented by the pre-selection BOBI panel for one of the award categories. I felt fortunate to be part of the process and enjoyed it for several reasons.
I felt proud to be a member of the BHBIA community.
Insight propels the business engine – this is where real opportunities are identified that satisfy both customers and businesses. The BHBIA’s BOBI awards are a pleasurable and high-profile demonstration that, as professionals, we can together deliver customer understanding and research of the highest professional standard to identify and realise opportunities that work for all parties in winning strategies.
Understanding customers, identifying opportunities, and translating them into the optimal strategic and customer experience solutions - this is customer-centricity; not a buzzword, but a principle embedded into how we think and what we do at Blue Latitude Health, and this is my ongoing motivation. Ultimately the work we do and the insight we can help to save and transform lives.
As a judge of the BOBI Awards 2016, I found my experience exemplary of the evidence that external and internal customer driven insight is premium fuel for the business engine.
| 2nd October 2017
At Blue Latitude Health, we pride ourselves on our unique, inclusive culture. Here, Senior Talent Manager Deborah Braud explains her role in recruiting the top people from across industry, and why our ‘family-like’ values are crucial to our success.
| 29th September 2017
We can’t believe it has been more than year since we opened our New York Office. Here we speak to Vice President James Atherton to find out about the highlights, the lessons learned and the healthcare industry trends he’s witnessed in the US.