For the Next Generation. For the Patients.
Marketing and Sales/ Sales & Marketing
After working as an MR for a large drug manufacturer, a business and IT consulting company, a foreign consulting company, and then a pharmaceutical information company, he joined Encise in November 2012. Plays soccer in his free time.
New possibilities opened up by the use of sales data add to my own growth
The appeal of Encise is that it has a well defined core business and is a young company. Even if a drug developer is able to develop plans for addressing the challenge of trying to improve the efficiency of marketing activities, data is needed to provide the facts for verifying the validity of that plan. Access to those facts is one of our major strengths, and forms the core of our business. Our youth as a company is also a sign of our freedom. Like any growth company, we enjoy an environment where people can do what they want, and we have a corporate culture that inspires people every day.
My work is in data and service planning and marketing. I don’t work only in planning or only in sales. Rather, the best of my job is the ability to demonstrate discretion and take responsibility for work across a wide range of activities, from planning to sales and follow-up services. I am particular about confirming the 3Cs in my output, viewing everything from the perspective of the customer, competition, and company, and examining whether the proposals I develop are win-win for everyone involved.
Thus far, I have been promoting the development of businesses (data and services) that have no precedent at Encise. While I have produced results that have satisfied customers, I have also been told that my research was inadequate. The latter case in particular presented an ongoing challenge, and I now have the goal of being an employee who can deliver genuine value while overcoming this challenge.
If you have become aware of some problem in the pharmaceutical industry and have tried to take your own approach in solving that problem, consider joining Encise. You may have given up on finding a solution many times in the past because you didn’t have access to data. Join us so we can try finding a solution together.
Systems Engineer / Systems Development
Previously worked as a systems engineer for the pharmaceutical division of a drug manufacturer. Joined Encise in December 2012. Enjoys watching movies in his free time and holds a helicopter pilot’s license.
Work in an inspiring workplace that values gratitude, appreciation, and giving back
I used to work on internal systems for a drug manufacturer, but when that company was absorbed by a foreign firm, my workplace environment changed considerably. I wanted to be in an environment where I could fully demonstrate my expertise and skills, and I was referred to Encise. Although Encise is a highly specialized data services provider, I was attracted to the management approach, which values the human elements of gratitude, appreciation, and giving back. I was deeply impressed by the humility and behavior of the people who interviewed me.
Today I am involved in all aspects of Encise’s systems. From infrastructure construction to design and implementation, as well as the management of the operating systems, I am involved in work ranging from the construction, rollout, security, and governance of new projects. Because Encise has only been in business a few years, there are many areas where rules have yet to be established, and there is a great deal of work to do. My workload is significant and I am very busy, but I have never felt my work to be a hardship. When work is a hardship, it can cause anxiety, but at Encise, having a lot that needs to be done is rather something that inspires me. This is likely connected to the fact that the corporate culture is one that values gratitude and giving back.
I try to do two things in my work. No matter what work I’m doing, I imagine the worst-case scenario before I act. Also I study a lot. Studying is essential when working in the systems field. Knowledge from 10 years ago won’t get you anywhere. To ascertain new trends, you need to collect IT-related information, of course, but you also need to try using the latest technologies. System engineers are invited to come to Encise to gain more experience in their fields. The work is hard, but offers opportunities for personal growth.
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