LONDON, December 10, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --
- Implementing mobile devices in laboratory projects and making the move to the Cloud to improve storage capabilities
- Moving to a paperless laboratory to improve the analytical process and accelerate workflow whilst saving costs
- Investing in innovative tools to increase lab efficiency
Ahead of the 9th SmartLab Exchange on the 25-26 of February in Munich, Michael Shanler, Research Director at Gartner, John Wise, Executive Director at The Pistoia Alliance and Gernot Goeller, Head O&I CoE ED &CMC at Bayer Pharma took part in a series of interviews surrounding the key trends that will impact the laboratory informatics industry in 2014 and beyond. The interviews have been collated into the eBook: 2014 Forces & Trends. The full report can be accessed here: http://bit.ly/J9Tnrd
The report reveals some key phenomena that have been developing in the industry that will impact and transform the way that lab informatics is used for years to come. The key issues which continue to be highlighted through research, analysis and expert opinion are the use of mobile devices in laboratories, the benefits and challenges of moving to the Cloud to maximise on the power of Big Data and the innovative tools lab professionals should be investing in today.
Executive Director at the Pistoia Alliance, John Wise discusses the importance of implementing mobile devices in lab projects and how laboratory informatics professionals need to start embracing the Cloud, as it provides a lot of opportunities when it comes to managing data.
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 concludes his interview by telling the Smartlab Exchange team how he thinks the vendor community can help him address his most pressing challenges.
Michael Shanler, Research Director at Gartner shares his perspective on how he sees mobile technology impacting the efficiency of the lab, and also provides his insights on what processes and tools professionals should invest in to streamline operations and reduce costs. To find out what else Michael has to say and what he believes will be the hottest lab informatics trends in 2014, download the complimentary eBook: http://bit.ly/J9Tnrd
Gabriela Magaldo, Analyst and Head of Production of the SmartLab Exchange, commented: "This report provides a fascinating insight into the future of the Laboratory Informatics market and also provides some compelling calls to action for solution providers who are looking to help these companies. I look forward to discussing these issues further with the attendees at the SmartLab Exchange in Munich, 25-26 February 2014."
To download the full report and for more information on the SmartLab Exchange, taking place 25-26 February 2014 in Munich, Germany please visit: http://bit.ly/1dkAwCo
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