How to Achieve Effective Analytical Data Management in 2020, January 29, 2020 | ACD/Labs
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How to Achieve Effective Analytical Data Management in 2020

January 29, 2020, 10:00 EST

Many organizations invest millions of dollars in the collection of analytical data, however critical results from these experiments are often scattered between multiple systems, rendering them unsearchable and difficult to reuse and assemble for decision-making. Does your enterprise grapple with any of these issues?

Then this webinar is for you! We'll be discussing ACD/Spectrus, ACD/Labs' comprehensive, multi-technique, instrument vendor-agnostic analytical data management system (ADMS). Start the new year off right by learning how to revolutionize your data management strategy with ACD/Labs!

Key Learning Objectives

You'll learn how Spectrus will help you keep your New Year's resolutions to:

  1. Reduce the time you spend processing and analyzing data
  2. Streamline assembly of comprehensive project reports
  3. Enable a complete databasing strategy, eliminating costly transcription errors
  4. Facilitate stronger collaboration between internal teams and with external partners
  5. Ensure data quality and data integrity for regulatory submissions

Intended Audience

  • Analytical Laboratory Managers/Directors
  • Analytical Laboratory Scientists & Technical Experts
  • IT Staff at Analytical Organizations

Presenter

Michel Riese

Michel Riese started his career as an Application Scientist with ACD/Labs in April 2018, after completing a doctorate in organic chemistry at the University of Manchester. Michel supports all our customers in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland.

Host

Sanji Bhal

Sanji Bhal is the Director of Marketing & Communications at ACD/Labs. Prior to joining ACD/Labs she was a lab-coat wearing medicinal chemist at Signalgene Inc., where she pursued her ongoing interest in cancer research, followed by a stint with the CRO NAEJA Pharmaceuticals. Sanji began her career in the U.K., completing her Ph.D. in synthetic organic chemistry at the University of Reading, and a post-doctoral fellowship at Cancer Research UK. Today Sanji is passionate about understanding the challenges still faced by scientists and R&D organizations, and helping to 'match-make' their needs with the tools available to support their innovations.