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Part three: Confidentiality and the judging process

Part three of a series of videos giving an insight into what the Best of Business Intelligence (BOBI) Awards are, what's new for 2011, and top tips from judges and former winners on how to write a winning entry. In this film, Hina Kotecha from IMS Health talks about the confidentiality procedures that govern the BOBI Awards and Paul Ward from Novartis talks about the judging process

Confidentiality is a serious issue for the BHBIA. They go to a lot of effort to ensure that entrants have full control over who views their entry, eliminating any risk of confidentiality breaches or competitor companies seeing the details of a specific entry. 

Hina Kotecha from IMS Health explains confidentiality in more detail while Paul Ward from Novartis gives an overview of the judging process.

 

 

1st December 2010

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