Live Air Date: Tuesday, June 24, 2014
One third of researchers' time is spent searching for and piecing together information that is stored in multiple places, according to IDC Manufacturing Insights. Additionally, companies routinely waste tens of thousands of dollars annually on excess chemical inventory and disposal costs. As a result, R&D organizations that are winning with faster innovation use strategies for taking their labs from paper-based processes into the digital world. The objective is simple: convert time-wasting manual processes to more efficient digital ones so that scientists can focus on core research tasks, saving significantly on labor and other costs.
This webinar explores two systems that streamline lab operations: Electronic Lab Notebooks (ELNs) and Chemical Inventory Systems. ELNs are much more than fancy tablets, and chemical inventory systems can do much more than track chemicals. Digital solutions such as these are integral parts of an enterprise’s lab-to-plant material lifecycle management. Learn how your lab can benefit from these solutions, and how much time and money your lab can save.
As an attendee, you will learn more about:
- How to assess the impact of an ELN on your lab workflows
- How chemical inventory systems increase efficiency and decrease costs
- Where excess costs accumulate during inefficient lab processes
- How digital solutions can optimize experiment and resource planning
- How to streamline lab workflows to maximize researcher efficiency
Tune into our live webinar to hear Mats and Anne discuss strategies for increasing lab efficiency with digital systems, what to look for when assessing systems, and how to calculate efficiency cost savings.
Mats Kihlén - Director of Product Management, Accelrys
Anne Sefried - Sr. Inventory Consultant, Accelrys