There is a growing need to go digital and to embrace new technologies in the life sciences industry. In order to keep up with market demand, companies need to develop tools and processes to optimize and ensure an effective, efficient and safe productivity to speed up the delivery of innovative drugs to this vibrant healthcare market.
In particular, the management of inventory such as chemicals, samples and supplies can be complex and time-consuming for researchers, lab staff and all those who work around hazardous materials. A centralized, real-time lab inventory management system offers technology and tools to support drug development. This system has the potential to improve safety, regulatory compliance, increase cost savings and make working sustainable.
In this free webinar, the featured speakers will discuss key drivers for the implementation and the workflow of a standardized inventory system with a strong focus on chemical management.
Niclas Lindberg, Sales Executive Life Sciences, TECHNIA
Niclas Lindberg is a sales executive with over 20 years’ experience in sales and marketing. Based in Stockholm, Sweden, his work with TECHNIA includes helping their life sciences partners turn regulatory complexity into a competitive advantage.Message Presenter
Meike Diepenbroek, PhD, Business Consultant Life Sciences, TECHNIA
Meike Diepenbroek is based in Malmö, Sweden and has a long history of working in life science R&D in academia, clinics and industry. She received her PhD in Biology from the University Tübingen in Germany in 2014. After that, Meike was working as an academic postdoctoral researcher within biomedical neuroscience and continued as a senior scientist at a pharmaceutical company within drug discovery before she joined TECHNIA as a business consultant.Message Presenter
Who Should Attend?
This webinar will be suitable for individuals with the following or related job titles:
- Directors/Managers of Research & Development/Quality Departments
- Lab Managers
- Lab Staff (Scientists, MTA, TA,…)
- Director/Managers of the Regulatory Department
- Director/Managers of the Environment, Health and Safety Department
- Director/Managers responsible for inventory, chemicals and chemical waste
What You Will Learn
Participants will learn about:
- How to address global regulatory challenges
- How to achieve direct cost savings
- How to improve lab and personal safety
The challenges in the Life Sciences industry are well known. A constant search for new ways to reduce time to market, decrease launch time of new products, streamline processes, make the packaging process less complex, increase revenues and cut cost whilst at the same time meet regulatory demands. These questions are very important and require constant attention. But they can be dealt with more effectively, and this is where TECHNIA come in.