Webinar: How to Connect Your Lab and Win the Race to Innovate

Sponsored by: Dassault Systèmes - BIOVIA

Focused on:

  • Research And Development
  • Connected Lab

Date: 8 September

195

Time: 3PM London/10AM New York

Moving to an integrated collaboration-centric lab will speed innovation and time-to-market

Globalization, intense competition, shifting key demographics, and growing customer demands require CPG and Chemicals companies to innovate faster, better and smarter than ever before while complying with high quality standards and ever-changing multinational regulations. To remain competitive and set the basis for year-on-year growth, organizations must foster R&D teams to adopt agile processes in order to hit their targets for new product introduction. Traditional processes, like paper-based workflows or legacy software tools can be inefficient, slow and error-prone inhibiting collaboration and knowledge sharing thus hindering the R&D teams’ contribution to productivity, sustainability, compliance, and innovation.

This webinar will describe how a connected lab modernizes the R&D workflow with centralized information systems that are integrated to improve collaboration and agility, leverage knowledge and accelerate innovation while simplifying quality and compliance. It will include examples from the CPG and Chemicals industries of tangible value gained from the implementation of a collaboration-centric laboratory environment that connects people, processes, materials and systems.

The connected lab can transform how your organization is innovating. Explore the possibilities for your organization and register today!

Presented by

Daniela Jansen,

Director, BIOVIA Solution Marketing

Dr. Daniela Jansen is Director Solution Marketing at BIOVIA with more than 20 years of experience in Laboratory Informatics and Instrumentation holding various positions in Marketing and Sales Management. Previously she was responsible for Sales and Marketing of Informatics solutions at Waters Europe as well as for Sales at Creon Lab Control and Bio-Rad Laboratories. She studied Chemistry at the University of Freiburg and did her Ph. D. in Physical Chemistry at the University of Cologne. Today she is working on the strategic positioning and customer value of Dassault Systèmes BIOVIA products and solutions.

Key Learning Objectives

  • Why a “connected lab” should be imperative to your organization
  • Which challenges from the CPG and Chemicals industries can be addressed with a “connected lab”
  • How customers have benefited from an implementation of a “connected lab”
  • What needs to be considered for a "connected lab" and how it can work in the broader business environment of a Chemicals or CPG organization

Audience

  • Lab Scientist
  • Lab Manager
  • Computational Chemist
  • Lab Resource Manager
  • Lab Procedure Manager
  • Innovation
  • Packaging
  • Research & Development
  • Product Development Scientist