FALLS CHURCH, Va., March 26, 2019 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Using KPIs to Improve Site Performance **A CenterWatch Webinar**
Make smarter decisions using KPIs to improve site performance.
Kelly Smith, CCRP, Sr. Solutions Consultant for Bio-Optronics, will discuss how pharma and biotech companies can best take advantage of KPIss. She'll provide tools and tips to better centralize and streamline processes. Over the course of 90 minutes she'll help one understand how to:
This presentation will illustrate how technology can assist in streamlining operations and improve business decisions.
Meet Your Presenter: Kelly Smith, CCRP has been in research for the past 11 years. She is a Sr. Solutions Consultant for Bio-Optronics. Kelly started at Bio in 2016 as an App Specialist bringing with her an understanding of the problems facing the sites today. Kelly's previous roles include CTMS Administrator for a large ISN, Training & Support Coordinator, QA Coordinator, Reg Doc Specialist, and Recruiter.
Who Will Benefit:
Webinar Details: Using KPIs to Improve Site Performance **A CenterWatch Webinar** Tuesday, April 9, 2019, 1:30 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. EDT https://store.centerwatch.com/p-590-uasing-kpis-to-improve-site-performance.aspx
Tuition: $287 per site
Easy Ways to Register: Online: https://store.centerwatch.com/p-590-uasing-kpis-to-improve-site-performance.aspx By phone: 617-948-5100 or 866-219-3440
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