Series Part 2 | November 16th 10AM ET

Industry 4.0 and Pharma 4.0 has opened opportunities for process improvements across many industries, but regulatory oversight has slowed the technology adoption in life sciences industries.

Join us to learn how life sciences organizations are using rapid-built digital apps to both simplify documentation for compliance and transform operations.

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Session Highlights

Life Sciences Transformation 101

Tulip’s manufacturing practice lead will discuss the current downfall of traditional solutions and highlight new approaches organizations in life sciences have taken to tackle digital transformation.

Success Story: From 0 to Fully Traceable Devices

Hear from a Medical Device company that successfully built an operational digital plant in months, leveraging light-weight digital applications.

 

Demo: Building Apps in a GxP Environment

In this demonstration, we will showcase what is possible with Tulip’s validateable, configurable, low-code app platform.

 

 

Moving to Digital Culture within Life Sciences

Pharma and Medical Device Companies share their experiences with transforming their operations with digital platforms like Tulip.

 

Reducing the Cost of Quality Management

Learn about how to level up with compliance efforts to minimize the time and mental burden on your team, without compromising the integrity of your quality management system.

 

 

Myth and Realities of the Industrial Cloud with AWS

 

Explore the Myths and Realities of Industrial Cloud with AWS. In this session, speakers from AWS and Tulip will discuss the Industrial Cloud for Life Sciences and what the future holds.

 

 

 

A New Era: Future of Life Sciences Manufacturing Event Agenda
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Who should attend?

• This event is ideal for manufacturers across pharmaceuticals, medical devices, biotechnology, or any GxP environments.

• There will be content for workers on all levels of operations, from engineers (i.e. process engineers, chemical engineers, quality engineers), to operations and quality leads, managers, and executives from IT.

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Overheard at last year’s summit… 👀

  • “Agile means that course corrections are just as important as starting with the right trajectory.”

    — Etienne Lacroix, CEO, Vention

  • “The inflection point between discovery and implementation is when the technology is pulled into the market.”

    — Dayna Grayson, NEA