Panel Discussion: Digital Revolution in the laboratory
Presenter: Jeremy Ward, Managing Director at Accenture.
Leader of Accenture’s Scientific Informatics Services practice in Europe with over 16 years experience in Scientific Informatics based in Basel, CH and leading global client engagement and transformation. Jeremy
specializes in working with organizations to transform their R&D, QA & QC digital and data management practices via risk management,
process optimization and the implementation of innovative technologies.
Presenter: Donna Kilian, Senior Manager at Accenture.
Leader of Accenture’s Scientific Informatics Services practice in Europe with over 25 years experience in Scientific Informatics based in Dublin, Ireland. Donna specializes in working with organizations optimize processes and implement transformative solutions at an enterprise level.
Presenter: Matt Ellis, Director at Accenture.
One of the leaders of Accenture's Lab Informatics practice. Matt has 25+ years of experience in the scientific informatics domain. He specializes in working with organizations in the design and implementation of transformative strategies for the management of their quality & laboratory data within research, development and manufacturing (LIMS, QMS, LES, CDS, SDMS, etc).
A look back at the last 10 years shows how much technology has evolved and been accepted. The cloud is a perfect example. In the early days, discussions about the unknown met with resistance, while today some companies even use multiple cloud systems for data storage. The provider offering has also adapted to changes, reviewed infrastructure and services proposed, and moved from perpetual licences on premises to annual SAAS fees. The pandemic definitely took us all by surprise and some were better prepared than others. Some companies had already developed a mature strategy for digital transformation and some have settled on a plan for their lab of the future. Where do we stand today? Which technology trends will lead us into the year 2030?
Why attending the session
If you are looking for more information on the future of lab digitization, what is working and not working and what are the up coming trends.
Who should benefit
Anyone interested or wanting to discuss the current and future of digital labs.
We combine scientific and laboratory informatics expertise with strategic and business consulting capabilities, industry platforms, innovation approach and global scale to revolutionize how scientific and laboratory processes are conducted. We work with our clients to streamline technology and processes, and harness the power of data, to remain competitive within today’s changing scientific informatics ecosystem.