Digital DNA

Building A Digitally-Enabled Workforce

By deepening the digital capabilities of the people within an organization, from managers to scientists, Enthought builds our customers’ digital DNA, cultivating a system for continuous innovation and promoting sustained growth.

Why Enthought

At Enthought, our ethos to digital transformation begins with building a digitally enabled workforce. We arm scientists and engineers with analytics-ready scientific data, purpose-built tools and the digital skills to be catalysts of innovation and value creation in both science and business. We change mindsets, encouraging teams to generate new ideas and imagine new goals.

Everyone is fighting for the same digital talent. You can't hire them, and most companies don't have the resources or capabilities to create them. Enthought does. Enthought trains nearly 1,000 scientists and engineers every year, empowering them with the skills needed to accelerate their work leveraging state-of-the-art scientific computing.

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The Enthought Tool Suite is a collection of open-source components developed by Enthought, our partners and the scientific Python community, which we use every day to construct custom scientific applications.

The digital skills mix varies widely across companies, from those just starting to invest in digital transformation initiatives, to ones well into their journey. Building a community of people who think digitally and are able to innovate and quickly prototype ideas is key to delivering results.

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[eBook] Digital Transformation in the Life Sciences Industry

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[eBook] Digital Transformation in the Materials Science Industry

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5 Tips to Kickstart Your Journey to the Future-Proofed R&D Lab

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[White Paper] Optimized Workflows in the Life Sciences

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Alexandre Chabot-Leclerc

Vice President, Digital Transformation Solutions

Tim Diller

Director, Digital Transformation Services

Mark Dickinson

Director, Software Architecture

Eric Olsen

Director, Training Solutions

Glen Granzow

Scientific Software Technical Trainer

Sogo Shiozawa

Scientific Software Developer

Kuya Takami

Senior DTX Services Consultant and Instructor

Logan Thomas

Senior DTX Services Consultant and Instructor

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