BIP announces partnership with Domino Data Lab

07 November 2023 2 min. read

International consultancy BIP has announced a new partnership with AI platform Domino Data Lab. The firm aims to use the alliance to deliver solutions for rapidly scaling enterprise AI innovation across life sciences and other high-importance markets.

Founded in 2013, Domino Data Lab is a San Francisco based technology firm. According to Domino, the firm’s AI platform Domino powers model-driven decision-making for clients including over 20% of the Fortune 100. The Enterprise MLOps platform speeds up the development and deployment of data science work, aiming to improve collaboration and governance, and to enable the deployment of data science as a competitive advantage.

By announcing a partnership with Domino, BIP will provide professional services to Domino customers, helping them to rapidly scale AI innovation. BIP will also deliver pre-built templates and projects, which will enable the acceleration of AI use in life sciences use cases – aligning to the goals of Domino’s recently announced AI Project Hub.   

BIP announces partnership with Domino Data Lab

Michael Whitworth, senior partner for life sciences at BIP, commented, "We are thrilled to be reinforcing our expertise in AI through our unique partnership with Domino. This collaboration marks an important milestone in our journey to provide the life sciences sector with scalable, efficient, and cost-effective AI solutions. We’re already starting to see the important role AI is playing in developing crucial medical and scientific advances, and it’s imperative that our clients can unleash these benefits by applying AI at various stages of their value chain."

Having been expected to deliver major results on an accelerated schedule in the last three years in particular, life sciences leaders are looking to AI technology and partnerships to help accelerate getting medicines and vaccines to patients who need them. BIP’s assistance to Domino will help them better take advantage of data science and statistical techniques, and centralising processes for research, regulated development, manufacturing, and commercialisation.

Caroline Phares, global head of life sciences at Domino Data Lab, added, “I am excited to be embarking on this ground-breaking journey as we unite the power of the Domino platform with BIP's expertise in AI. Together, we will empower our customers with cutting-edge technology and exceptional skills, setting new standards in innovation, enabling them to accelerate getting medicines and vaccines to a waiting patient population.”

This partnership also looks to ensure that BIP’s offerings stay at the cutting edge of technology, when it comes to supporting its own clients. Employing more than 5,000 people, across 13 countries, BIP already brings a wealth of expertise in AI governance, data governance and data science to numerous sectors, including the life sciences market.