Next Generation Compound Management: Where Do We Go From Here?
As compound management need updating, companies are faced with different options. 10 years on and a lot of companies are faced with the same questions – what solutions are best for managing compounds? Is outsourcing the answer? Collaborating with other companies/institutions? Or simply renewing and replacing old systems with new technologies?
PharmaIQ’s Compound and Sample Management conference is the only event you need to answer all of these questions for you. Don't just take our word for it, here is what our delegates from May 2014 have said:
“Overall a great conference and thought you guys did a sterling job with hosting the event, including the chairman and presenters!” GSK
“Excellent place to network and catch up about compound management trend” BioAscent
“Great conference for compound management people” Lundbeck
“Wonderful opportunity to network with industry leaders and share best practices” Merck
“Excellent networking opportunities” AstraZeneca
Designed to give you all you need to ensure your compounds are managed effectively including:
- Site Visits: gain an insight into a compound management storage system
- Case studies: hear from leading industry experts on tried and tested methods
- Lesson learnt: what have we learnt over the past 10 years
- Networking: join in the many interactive and networking sessions to share ideas including our fairground themed drinks reception.
Find all the answers and expertise around the most pressing issues in the compound world including:
- Collaborations and compound sharing: is Open Innovation the answer? Pros and cons of collaborations
- Next generation compound storage: storage Options For the Future
- Outsourcing versus Insourcing: weighing out the best options
- Maintaining quality of your samples: analysing the quality of compounds
Back Due to Popular Demand:
- Site Visit: High Throughput Screening Focus Day and a chance to look around the TTP site
- Two events under one roof: due to the success of last year, 2015 is co-located with the Global Biobanking Forum