DIA today announces the launch of DIA ConneX, an exclusive member benefit that brings together powerful, professional, web-based applications specifically designed to improve collaboration and networking.
DIA’s 26 SIACs (Special Interest Area Communities) are the first DIA stakeholder group to utilize the networking platform. SIACs are discipline-specific, global communities where members can share common experiences and knowledge and connect with others in their particular field.
DIA ConneX is an interactive global network exclusively populated by SIAC members who share professional interests. Every SIAC has its own community homepage through which members can:
- Share breaking news of interest to community members
- Store, organize and manage community information and documents
- View and edit documents and respond with comments in real‐time
- Organize and publicize conferences, seminars, teleconferences, meetings and other events of interest to community members
- Discuss online conversations grouped by issues and topics, ask and answer questions, and share expertise to develop best practices
- Upload, manage and share media files, images, video, audio, and podcasts
- Manage their own community experience based on changing professional profile
“DIA ConneX brings together powerful, professional, web-based applications specifically designed to improve collaboration and networking,” says Mike McGovern,” DIA Worldwide Membership Manager. “As part of DIA’s digitalization initiative, DIA plans to make DIA ConneX available to all members and stakeholders across governance, programs and products, and regions.”
DIA is the global connector in the life sciences product development process. Our association of more than 18,000 members builds productive relationships by bringing together regulators, innovators and influencers to exchange knowledge and collaborate in an impartial setting. DIA’s network creates unparalleled opportunities for the exchange of knowledge and has the interdisciplinary experience to prepare for future developments. The dedicated efforts of DIA staff, members and speakers enable DIA to provide a comprehensive catalogue of conferences, workshops, training courses, scientific publications and educational materials. DIA is a global community representing thousands of stakeholders working together to bring safe and effective products to patients. DIA is an independent, nonprofit organization with its global center in Washington, D.C., USA; regional offices covering North and South America (Horsham, Penn., USA); Europe, North Africa and the Middle East (Basel, Switzerland); and Japan (Tokyo), India (Mumbai) and China (Beijing). For more information, visit www.diahome.org