The Speaker

Emilee Cook
Product Lead 
Apprentice

Emilee Cook is a Product Lead at Apprentice.io, leading technology to help Life Sciences companies get life-saving drugs to market faster by connecting global workforces and scaling complex manufacturing. Over her 10 years in life sciences, she’s spent time in R&D producing biomimetic devices at Draper Laboratory, developed Syncade solutions for 260+ customer issues, founded new user-driven product development approaches, and crafted strategies for next-gen pharma solutions at Emerson and now at Apprentice.io. She recently won Manufacturing Institute’s STEP AHEAD Emerging Leader Award for 2021 for these efforts. 

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About The Webinar

Technology should make your life easier, not harder. But traditional legacy solutions are often slow and cumbersome; a burden for scientists and process operators to use.

It doesn’t have to be that way. Modern platforms can:

  • Empower operators to execute more efficiently and immediately address issues 
  • Leverage real-time data to make informed and quick production decisions 
  • Achieve right first-time execution through location-specific augmented guidance

Our product expert Emilee Cook dissects how the key to digitization is using technology to solve a real pain for a real person. We will also be sharing a couple of case study examples, including Bristol Myers Squibb, about how they’re using digital solutions to boost efficiencies. 

In this session, we'll explore:

  • Why we need to shift thinking to focus on how technology can help the people 
  • How to shift your digital transformation journey by focusing on the needs of the unsung heroes - operators and process scientists
  • What’s now possible with modern solutions to solve the pains of operators and scientists 

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The Key to Digitization is People

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