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CBI Announces the Agenda for Their West Coast Forum on Clinical Supply Chain Management

Thursday, September 17, 2009 General News J E 4
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WOBURN, Mass., Sept. 11 The Center for Business Intelligence (CBI) is pleased to announce the full agenda for their 2nd West Coast Forum on Clinical Supply Chain Management. The conference takes place in Burlingame, CA, on October 28-29, 2009.

Chaired by Frank Reale (Worldwide Regulatory Coordination and Clinical Supplies, Merck), discussion throughout the conference promises to be both interactive and informative. Particular attention will be paid to actionable takeaways that can have a near-immediate impact on the efficiency of clinical supply chain operations.

The speaking faculty for the event is second to none. Drawing largely from the West Coast, the conference features 13 industry perspectives from organizations including Merck, Schering-Plough, Elan Pharmaceuticals, Cerexa, Santen, Celgene, Facet Biotech, ImClone Systems, MedImmune, Medivation and Talecris. Attendees will network with peers and learn to:

The conference is the industry's best opportunity to walk away with the latest insights on clinical supply chain management. For more information on the conference or to view the entire agenda, please visit cbinet.com/supplywest.

About CBI:

A subsidiary of Advanstar Communications, The Center for Business Intelligence is dedicated to developing market-driven, unbiased conferences in the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and medical device industries. CBI's conferences provide a unique platform for concrete, real-life examples that can be applied to any organization immediately, significantly impacting both costs and revenue. For more information, please visit cbinet.com.

For additional information or media inquiries, please contact: Emily Forest, Marketing Manager, at 339-298-2156.

This release was issued through eReleases(TM). For more information, visit http://www.ereleases.com.

-- Avoid re-labeling costs and risks by using IVR/IWR technology for IMP expiry date management -- Save money and reduce waste with increased accuracy in supply forecasting -- Satisfy clinical supply needs regardless of complex sourcing challenges -- Prevent delays by avoiding or coping with import/export violations -- Ensure the successful and timely delivery of clinical supplies to sites around the globe -- Create contingency plans for natural disasters, lost lots, etc.

SOURCE Center for Business Intelligence
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