MARIETTA, Georgia, April 14, 2015 /PRNewswire/ --
Beamex and The International Society of Automation (ISA) will co-host a free webinar on Tuesday the 21st of April that will discuss the do's and don'ts of implementing a centralized multi-site calibration system. The webinar will also include a calibration system implementation case story that demonstrates why a large pharmaceutical company decided to have a centralized calibration system and what were the key considerations in multi-site implementation.
The webinar, which will be held 21 April, from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., Eastern Daylight Time, will feature three calibration system implementation and project management experts: Emmett Farrell, Application Manager at Novartis; Pekka Videnoja, Professional Services Manager at Beamex; and Sami Koskinen, Account Director at Beamex.
Calibration system implementation is a resource-consuming task and many times the risk of failure is high in terms of benefits shortfall, changes in scope as well as cost and schedule overruns. However, a decision to implement a centralized calibration system is an opportunity to fundamentally improve business performance. The webinar provides a unique possibility to learn the key drivers for implementing a centralized calibration system as well as what are the practical do's and don'ts relating to multi-site implementations.
Key topics to be discussed at the webinar include:
- Implementation case story: Novartis
- What drives companies to implement centralized calibration systems
- Key learnings from multisite implementations (the do's and don'ts)
- Multi-site implementation process
- Organizing and resourcing for multi-site implementation
- Post go-live and lessons learned
Register for this free webinar today!
Don't miss this web seminar on how to avoid the pitfalls of calibration system implementation. Click here to register or go to this address for registration: https://www.isa.org/events-conferences/events-calendar/event-details/?productId=38553367. Again, the webinar will take place 21 April, from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., Eastern Daylight Time.