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Early-stage life sciences companies face many challenges, but a strategic IT roadmap doesn’t have to be one of them. This powerful tool helps you set and communicate your priorities, and you can adapt it as your circumstances evolve.

Functional areas need IT solutions to meet their objectives and a strategic plan for needs, costs, and resources. When you are wearing many hats and focused on execution and daily demands, it’s difficult to devote time and resources to strategy.

This webinar will address critical functional areas and drivers that impact your IT roadmap. It will help you plan across functional silos to create a unified strategy that will maximize the impact of your IT investments. You’ll also learn how to maintain your roadmap and adapt to evolving regulations, technologies, and business requirements when you don’t have the in-house expertise.

The discussion will include:

  • Assessing your company’s strategy, operations, and existing systems
  • G&A functional area needs and drivers – HR, legal, finance, planning, procurement, and commercial
  • GxP functional area needs and drivers – Research, clinical, quality, regulatory, CMC/supply chain
  • Case studies for rapid growth and transformation
  • Q&A
Roger Davy
Roger Davy

Director of Customer Engagement Roger has more than 20 years of experience in both consulting and industry roles in the pharma, biotech, engineering, and semiconductor industries. Working with small and large life sciences firms, Roger has built and led professional services teams to deliver solutions for customer needs and challenges.

Hovsep Kirikian
Hovsep Kirikian

Project Manager at USDM Life Sciences Hovsep has over 12 years of experience managing projects in the life science industry, with specific focus on regulatory compliance, validation, equipment lifecycle & sustainability, laboratory operations and data management across all phases of the product life cycle.

Erin Northington
Erin Northington

Vice President of Emerging Life Sciences Erin has two decades of experience in Clinical Applications, Business Relationship Management and Project Management. She also has a background in GCP compliance, vendor evaluation and management, systems validation and implementations, as well as process evaluation and improvement. She specializes in managing global enterprise-wide IT implementations of technology solutions.

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