While many companies have shut their doors until the COVID-19 crisis is under control, not all businesses have been halted. Despite the disruption we’re experiencing in day-to-day lives, laboratories that perform critical testing in a variety of industries are facing pressure to maintain operations, while facing obstacles like none before.
During this webinar, we’ll walk in the shoes of the lab manager and highlight ways to maintain critical testing operations when faced with outside scenarios that restrict and impact daily operations. For those concerned with how to bring on new instrumentation when lab access is restricted, we’ll highlight ways to move towards remote operation, automated diagnostics, alternative payment methods, and other valuable, cost-saving solutions.
Challenges and topics covered:
- Replacing older instrumentation which may be showing signs of wear and tear and unreliability
- Utilizing smaller bench-top systems vs. floor-mount units
- Installation and support of your instruments when outside support personnel are not available or permitted onsite
- Mitigating risk by bringing select instrumentation in-house for QA/QC testing
- Ideas for cost-saving measures to sustain operations
- Bringing on new instrumentation when capital budgets shrink or freeze
Product Manager, Quantum Analytics
Bryan is responsible for developing, consulting and supporting sales activities for spectroscopy product lines such as Infrared, UV-Vis, X-ray, Combustion Gas Analysis and more. Bryan also consults with clients to provide application support, method development as well as product training. Bryan’s experience includes 19 years of spectroscopy instrument focus providing sales & application support, method development and customer service support. His key to success is his ability to provide high level technical understanding to the low-tech, everyday common users, teaching complex concepts but in a manner that is simplified and useful.
Business Development, Bold View Capital
Chad Kobold is director of business development for Bold View Capital. He has over 20 years of experience in the financial industry and 8 years of experience in the scientific instrumentation industry. Bold View Capital provides asset financing and leasing programs to businesses ranging from fast-moving start-ups to established companies. Over the past 30 years, they have financed over $1 billion dollars worth of transactions across a range of industries and markets. Visit boldview.com for more information.