The Future of SmartLab Technologies

Ahead of the upcoming SmartLabForum, Pharma IQ wanted to gain a better understanding of what is currently driving the SmartLab solutions market forward. They conducted a survey with over 100 R&D professionals and compiled the results. View the full infographic here

The infographic delves into what the main drivers behind investing in SmartLabs solutions are, the biggest challenges in integrating new software into existing systems, and where the industry is investing its budget over the next 12 months.

SmartLab forum is taking place in Amsterdam, The Netherlands from 10 – 12th September. View the full agenda and learn about the exciting talks taking place at the event.

12 years after the inaugural event SmartLab Forum remains the only opportunity to gain a holistic understanding of managing integrated R&D platforms to move towards the SmartLab of the future.

Attendees will gain cross-industry perspective with presentations from the likes of Syngenta, BASF Coatings, Bayer, Abbvie, Novozymes and many more. The full speaker lineup and more details of the forum can be found in the agenda.

If you would like more information on the event or the infographic please email or call +44 (0)20 7036 1300. 


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