Thermo Fisher Scientific
An increased focus on data integrity by international regulatory agencies has led to serious consequences for several companies. It has also resulted in data integrity becoming one of the top reported global issues that regulated companies face. Data governance is an integral part of a regulated company’s quality system, of which, data integrity is fundamental.
This webinar will discuss how having an integrated informatics solution providing the functionality to achieve compliance is a vital partner in data integrity. Discover the key features of a combined CDS, LIMS and SDMS that help you ensure data integrity and compliance for your laboratory.
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Darren Barrington-Light, Senior Manager—Product Marketing, Informatics and Chromatography Software, Thermo Fisher Scientific
Darren Barrington-Light’s background includes over 22 years of experience in the field of analytical chemistry, chromatography hardware and computer software. Having worked in chromatography throughout his career, Darren has a unique understanding of the requirements of organizations that rely on chromatography data to manage their day to day operations. As capabilities have advanced, he has worked with clients across multiple industries to show them how Integrated Informatics solutions can help them to improve their day to day operations and drive fast, informed decisions.
Katie Evans, Senior Product Manager—Informatics and Chromatography Software, Thermo Fisher Scientific
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