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Webinar: How Can Food and Beverage Producers Benefit from the Digital Transformation of the Laboratory?

Date: Thursday March 25

Time: 1:30 PM – 2:15 PM AEDT

Please join our upcoming webinar focused on how food and beverage producers can benefit from the digital transformation of the laboratory. Many food producers are leveraging digital technology, such as Laboratory Information Management Systems (LIMS), to ensure product quality, consumer safety and brand security.

We will look at why digitisation is important, specifically focusing on how food and beverage laboratories are utilising digital technologies to do the following:

  1. Ensure full traceability from raw materials to finished product release
  2. Combat food adulteration and promote brand protection through industry best practices for counterfeit product identification
  3. Expedite qualification and quantification of contaminants, unknowns and markers with the latest lab instrumentation and data management solutions
  4. Identify product quality issues and their root causes before inferior or potentially damaging products are released to market

Speakers:

Mr Daren Cumberbatch

Sales Manager – Digital Science, Australia and New Zealand, Thermo Fisher Scientific

Mr Daren Cumberbatch leads Thermo Fisher’s Digital Science ANZ business. Digital Science provides market-leading laboratory and data management solutions. These solutions enable customers to advance science, increase efficiency, compliance and profitability. Daren joined Thermo Fisher in 2014 as a Chromatography Product Specialist, promoted to Principal Territory Manager, Chromatography and Informatics, and again in February 2018 as Sales Manager Digital Science. Previously, Daren worked for AstraZeneca UK in R&D for 13 years developing Oncology and CVGI formulations, using LIMS for 10 years (an “Expert-User”). Daren is a Chartered Chemist (MRSC), graduated in Chemistry from Leeds in 1991 and an MSc in Analytical Chemistry from Huddersfield in 1997.

Ms June Tham

Sales Manager – Digital Science, South East Asia, Thermo Fisher Scientific

Ms June Tham leads Thermo Fisher’s Digital Science South East Asia business. Digital Science provides market-leading laboratory and data management solutions. These solutions enable customers to advance science, increase efficiency, compliance and profitability. June graduated from University of Birmingham (UK) with a BSc in Software Engineering and Computer Science. She has more than 25 years experience in the Informatics business sector and had more than 15 years experience in sales and support of Thermo Fisher Scientific SampleManager LIMS software in South East Asia countries.

 

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