Learn How CRO's Can Boost Profits and Productivity

Sponsored by: ArisGlobal

Focused on:

  • C R O
  • Clinical Trials

Date: 11 October


Time: 3PM London/10AM New York

Capitalize on Opportunities with an Agile Approach to eClinical Technologies

In an increasingly challenging and complex regulatory environment, life science and biotech companies are increasingly leveraging Contract Research Organizations (CRO's) to ensure the timely and accurate management of clinical trials for their respective products. Why?

The CRO market is poised for continued growth as new opportunities arise since the increasing costs and complexities of clinical trial management for life science companies make outsourcing more and more appealing. Additionally, many are realizing that managing clinical trials is not a core competency for many companies, the trials are becoming more global than ever before and they just don't have the expertise to manage global clinical trials effectively.

Join the upcoming webcast to hear from leading experts - including Julius Clinical - learn why many CRO's are adopting an "Agile CRO" program to better manage clinical trials and the associated workflow as several industry experts review the key challenges faced by CRO's. Included among the experts are Richard Abbink, Director of Planning and Process Architecture at Julius Clinical.

We'll also uncover why many are looking to purpose-built software solutions to "pay-as-they-grow" while unlocking insights from real time access to data, resource management, sponsor communications, and more so they can get the work done faster and more efficiently than ever before.

If you're a small-to-medium sized CRO you'll learn how you can access technology for a fraction of the cost previously available so you can level the playing field when competing against larger CRO's.

Register today to uncover insights and best practices in CRO operations! Further, for a limited time we're offering all webcast attendees a complimentary consultation that can help you uncover where you are today, where you want to be and what steps you can take to get there.

While you're here, see how an "Agile CRO program" can benefit your CRO.

Presented by

David J. Laky,

Vice President & General Manager, Clinical Solutions – ArisGlobal

Mr. Laky oversees the Company's eClinical business unit. The unit includes technology and services used for clinical research, including CTMS, EDC, and other key solutions included in ArisGlobal's product portfolio.

Phillip Strickland,

Strategic Account Manager, Clinical Solutions - ArisGlobal

Phillip Strickland serves as a Strategic Account Manager for global CROs within ArisGlobal's Clinical Solutions division. With over 15 years working with eClinical technologies, Phillip brings with him a broad range of experience that spans Project Management and Implementation, Software Testing and Quality Assurance.

Richard Abbink,

Director Planning and Process Architecture - Julius Clinical

Richard Abbink is the Director of Planning and Process Architecture at Julius Clinical and has more than 15 years of experience in the pharmaceutical industry. As a chemical engineer by training he spent a few years in the area of industrial automation before his transfer to Merck/Organon in 2001. Richard has been with Julius Clinical since 2012 and is responsible for business process improvement and optimization.

Key Learning Objectives

  • Understand the challenges life sciences firms face that lead them to leveraging CRO’s
  • Challenges faced by CRO’s
  • Best practices from a CRO perspective
  • Available solutions to help them manage the issues they face


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