Guidance for Emerging Life Sciences Companies
Early-stage life sciences organizations face many challenges, but planning and implementing IT doesn’t have to be one of them. Discover powerful tools and techniques to help you set priorities and confidently make business decisions. Follow key principles and techniques to ensure you make the right investments at the right time with partners that are the best possible fit for your organization. Learn how to build a strategic IT roadmap, define roles and responsibilities, and establish processes to make successful software investments.
This on-demand webinar will help you to rethink your challenges and develop an IT strategy from the pre-clinical phases through commercialization.
We discussed the following:
- Building a strategic IT roadmap that includes critical regulatory and functional requirements and milestones
- Understanding business needs and drivers for G&A and GxP functional areas
- Making timely and scalable IT investments
- Establishing or harmonizing an IT compliance program to fuel growth
- Addressing cybersecurity and privacy needs
- Resourcing models—such as fractional CIOs, managed services, and staff augmentation—to efficiently achieve business objectives
- Case studies for rapid growth and transformation
Watch the videos below to see a preview of the discussion. >> Fill out the form and click Watch Now to access the full-length on-demand webinar.
In this highlight video, see a sneak peek of Roger Davy discussing important cost-effective strategy and planning considerations.
In this highlight video, see a sneak peek of Erin Christy discussing timeline considerations for implementing an IT roadmap.
In this highlight video, see a sneak peek of Hovsek Kirikian discussing how CSA methodology can benefit emerging life sciences companies.
Erin Christy, VP of Emerging Life Sciences and Clinical Solutions
Erin focuses on helping start-up biotech, pharma, and medical device companies accelerate their commercialization journey and establish their IT and regulatory compliance strategies. She has over two decades of experience in life sciences GxP applications, business relationship management, regulatory compliance program management, and IT strategy development.
Roger Davy, Director of Customer Engagement
Roger has over 20 years of experience in consulting and industry roles in the pharma, biotech, engineering, and semiconductor industries. Working with small and large life sciences firms, Roger leads professional services teams to deliver transformative compliance, technology, and cybersecurity programs. Roger helps his emerging life sciences clients by implementing cloud-based enterprise IT solutions, supporting successful regulatory submissions and inspections, and managing post-acquisition integration programs.
Hovsep Kirikian, Director of Product Management
Hovsep leads USDM’s Veeva practice and has over 15 years of experience managing projects in the life sciences industry, specifically focusing on regulatory compliance, validation, equipment lifecycle, laboratory operations, and data and content management across all phases of the product life cycle.