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Biogen to Speak at Pharmica Consulting’s Resource and Portfolio Management Conference
Date:1/21/2013

Princeton, NJ (PRWEB) January 21, 2013

Pharmica Consulting is widely considered to be the life sciences expert in operational excellence. As part of its continued service to the life sciences industry, Pharmica will be hosting its second Resource and Portfolio Management Conference on April 11, 2013 in Princeton, NJ. The one day conference will highlight demos, real world case studies, and help the industry better understand best practices in resource management, reporting tools, portfolio management, and how to implement the right system and processes for the size and needs of your organization. Devin Brown, Associate Director of R&D Planning & Operations at Biogen Idec, has been added to the agenda as a speaker.

“Realizing the benefits of a resource and capacity management capability continues to be a struggle in the industry,” said Matt Kiernan, Partner with Pharmica Consulting. “We look forward to hearing Devin Brown speak about his accomplishments in this space.”

“Devin is a great addition to our agenda and the audience will truly benefit from his leadership and forward thinking approaches to resource forecasting, resource optimization, and other areas,” said Eric Lake, Partner with Pharmica Consulting.

“I look forward to hearing about what Devin will say on delivering visible efficiency improvements at Biogen,” adds Jim Wetzel, Principal Consultant at Pharmica. “Devin is a great speaker and a recognized industry thought leader in resource and portfolio management.”

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