The networking and information sharing by the attendees is what made this a successful event.
Plymouth Meeting, PA (PRWEB) June 17, 2014
SharePoint continues to be the platform of choice for managing drug development teams and for collaboration in life sciences companies, yet many struggle to get the most value out of this ubiquitous platform. As part of its continued service to the industry, Pharmica Consulting hosted its 10th SharePoint Conference for the Life Sciences Industry on June 4th and 5th in Plymouth Meeting, Pa.
“We had very well-received speakers covering hot topics in SharePoint adoption, including migration to SharePoint 2013 and SharePoint’s social media capabilities,” said Eric Lake, Partner at Pharmica Consulting.
“Our keynote address was an update from Microsoft about the future of SharePoint,” said Matt Kiernan, Partner at Pharmica Consulting. “Hearing where Microsoft is headed with Office 365 and SharePoint was very valuable for everyone in attendance.”
“The open-forum discussion was beneficial for industry members to gain a sense of what is happening in the life sciences industry, while helping each other out with their challenges and solutions in SharePoint. The networking and information sharing by the attendees is what made this a successful event,” said Greg Cohee, Partner at Pharmica Consulting.
Those interested in learning more about Pharmica Consulting and upcoming events or service offerings can visit http://www.pharmicaconsulting.com/services/. To request additional information, please contact Chrissy Lione at 484-432-1658.
About Pharmica Consulting:
Pharmica Consulting, one of the Life Sciences Industry’s leading consulting firms, provides a variety of offerings designed to help pharmaceutical and biotech clients achieve true operational excellence. Consultants at Pharmica invest the time needed to truly understand a client’s specific challenges and tailor solutions to help them create a more profitable business environment. Pharmica Consulting knows how to build effective strategies - and deliver against those strategies as promised.