Expanded Training Sessions
Planning is underway for Launch2017. As Launch has grown, we have seen an increasing number of new and potential customers at the event. We understand there are a variety of user levels at Launch, so we have added a “Platform for Science 101” training track and expanded our application demonstrations. Similar to the “Birds of a Feather” lunches, where customers with similar interests can connect (see below), these new instructional tracks will group people with similar Platform for Science educational needs and questions. As always, we will have lots of PFS experts on hand to help with any instructional materials.
Similar to the Birds of a Feather lunches, where customers with similar interests can connect (see below), these new instructional tracks will group people with similar Platform for Science educational needs and questions. As always, we will have a number of PFS experts on hand to help with any instructional materials.
Platform for Science Hands-on Training
Day Two training tracks for Launch2017 include:
Platform for Science 101 – Designed for new customers (or soon-to-be-customers), provides a high-level overview of the features and benefits of the Platform for Science
Administrator – Ideal for end users or team members who are responsible for implementation and management of the Platform for Science (apps, workflow structure, new data/entity types, etc.)
Technical – Designed for IT or other team members who are interested in the infrastructure details of the Platform for Science as well as some advanced configuration topics (XML best practices, triggers, Core Connect/OData API, etc.)
Take a closer look at the Day Two schedule on our Launch2017 registration page.
Launch2017 Roundtable Discussions
Launch2017 will feature “Birds of a Feather” roundtable discussions during lunch on both days of the conference. The themed discussions will be around key topics including: biologics, collaboration, genomics, integration & automation, cloud, crop science, small molecule drug discovery, stability, and validation. These moderator-led discussions will highlight solutions for these fields using the Platform for Science and discuss ways to use the platform more effectively.
There is still time to register for Launch2017. Reserve your ticket today.