Transforming Workflow Execution & Data Management from Research to Development to Operations
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This webinar, the first of a four part series, explores the discoveries of IDBS on how to transform research, development and operations by using a foundation of scientific data management combined with R&D&O process optimisation. IDBS has found that the steps organisations employ are very similar and shares what these steps are and how to manage risks, change and barriers during this process. Other topics discussed include how to measure the impact of the new systems to ensure ROI and what the typical benefits are to scientists, group heads and senior business leaders.
Real world case studies from many different market verticals are used to explore, question and analyse these various opportunities and barriers to what in essence is an R&D&O data and process transformation journey.
By viewing this webinar you will:
- Gain Insight into the process of moving from manual or paper based processes to optimised and integrated electronic workflows
- Learn how to improve internal and external collaboration
- Understand how to improve reporting and process insight
The IDBS Series:
This three part webinar series focuses on IDBS explaining high level end-to-end coverage and then drilling down to specific domains.
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As VP of Solution Strategy, Paul heads the overall strategic planning for the various market verticals and scientific domains that IDBS works in. By working both internally across IDBS and externally with customers and partners, Paul is charged with the exploration and creation of new products, solutions and service offerings. He joined IDBS in 2005 as part of the acquisition of his ELN company and has spearheaded the drive to make E WorkBook Suite the market leader. Prior to this, Paul founded a number of companies focused on combining science, technology and business. He started his career as a Post Doc and subsequently Senior Scientist at Sanofi-Synthelabo Toulouse (now Sanofi) for just under five years, where he managed a multi-disciplinary molecular and cell biology department.
Paul obtained his PhD in Computational Biology from Essex University in 1996, and has authored over 25 scientific papers and book chapters.