SmartLab Exchange US

February 16 - 18, 2015

Philadelphia, PA

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“Very valuable, it was a great opportunity to gather information from vendors and the industry in a most effective way. I was able to collect new information and establish contacts”Sandoz, Head Lab IT, 2014 Delegate
With businesses under constant pressure to; increase productivity, cut cost, streamline their organisation, and demonstrate regulatory compliance, lab environments are under more scrutiny than ever before. This along with the challenges of outsourcing, big data and an upsurge in M&A, standardisation and integration is all the more difficult.

It is therefore of key priority for lab informatics professionals to find the right tools in the market that will help them achieve this complex mix of business objectives in the most cost effective manner, to deliver their business maximum value. However finding the right tools that are both efficient and reliable is not an easy task.

As such, for organisations that recognise the need to increase productivity, cut costs, streamline their organisation, and demonstrate regulatory compliance, the SmartLab Exchange provides a platform to benchmark with an exclusive group of senior peers and solution providers capable of helping them define and successfully navigate this new territory.

How is the SmartLab Exchange different to any other event?

Sponsors & Exhibitors
Media Partners
Media Partners
Pistoia Alliance
Pharma IQ
Scientific Computing World
G.I.T. Laboratory Journal
Technology Networks
Bio Business
LAB Business

  • The Periodic Table of Laboratory Information ManagementThe Periodic Table of Laboratory Information Management
    Sanofi, Covance, Merck and Industrial Lab Automation are sharing their views on some of the most debated linchpins of laboratory informatics.

    From Big Data and Knowledge Management to Collaboration and the Cloud, the SmartLab Exchange speakers look at the most pressing issues their organizations are facing sharing their expertise, recommendations and predictions for the future of the lab.

  • SmartLab Exchange: 2015 Pre-Event ReportSmartLab Exchange: 2015 Pre-Event Report
    Grab a copy of this exclusive pre-event report to give you an overview of who will be in attendance at next year’s Exchange, their top priorities, what will be discussed and much more. This is a must read if you are thinking of joining us and want to know what the SmartLab Exchange is all about.
  • Lab Efficiency Tops the Poll as a Key Priority for Lab Informatics Professionals.Lab Efficiency Tops the Poll as a Key Priority for Lab Informatics Professionals.

    To better understand where the Lab Informatics market is headed, IQPC Exchange examined the top 3 priorities and challenges facing CIOs and Global/Regional Heads of Laboratory, R&D, QA, QC, IT, Analytics, Data Automation, Informatics, Enterprise Integration and Infrastructure.

  • Smartlab Exchange eBook: 2014 Forces & Trends Smartlab Exchange eBook: 2014 Forces & Trends

    This year some key phenomena have been developing in the industry that will impact and transform the way that lab informatics is used for years to come. To address the forces that will impact the laboratory informatics market, the SmartLab Exchange has interviewed a number of leading laboratory informatics experts to explore their thoughts on utilising the Cloud and mobile devices to help improve the efficiency of laboratories.

    Download this eBook and gain access to exclusive interviews, discussion pieces and insight which will allow you to benchmark your own initiatives as you move into the New Year and find out what the hottest laboratory informatics trends will be in 2014!

  • The future of lab data and info management

    As with any industry, the need for constant innovation in this field is great, and the future of laboratory data and information management was recently spelled out in a report by healthcare market research publisher Kalorama Information entitled Laboratory Information Systems (LIS / LIMS) Markets.

  • Interview: Bayer Pharma

    Gernot Goeller, Head O&I CoE ED&CMC at Bayer Pharma who played a vital role when his organisation made the transition to a paperless lab shares his advice and discusses the main benefits of developing a paperless lab. Gernot also finishes off by telling us how he thinks the vendor community can help him address his most pressing challenges.

2015 Speakers Include:

 Andrew Porter
Andrew Porter
Director, Enterprise Architecture
 David Hartsough
David Hartsough
Executive Director, R&D Informatics
 Yan Song
Yan Song
Associate Director, Bioanalysis Operations
 Debbie Turner
Debbie Turner
Associate Director, Validation
 Steve Thomas
Steve Thomas
Principal Investigator
 Tony Williams
Tony Williams
VP, Head of Cheminformatics
Royal Society of Chemistry
 Peter Boogaard
Peter Boogaard
Founder & CEO
Industrial Lab Automation
Bristol-Myers Squibb
Dana Vanderwall
Associate Director of Cheminformatics
Bristol-Myers Squibb