To do<br />Room check<br />Computer for presenting<br />Roles on the day <br />Registering people<br /> Facilitation<br /> Beginning and end of sessions<br /> lunch & demo<br />End of meeting<br />Questions – picking up questions<br />Ideas board and discussions<br />Twitter tag #pistoiaconf<br />Agenda dry run<br />Present for speakers – Tim Clark<br />Attendee list<br />Wifi?<br />Website up at front during <br />
Summary<br />Welcome<br />Thank you to our hosts Thomson Reuters<br />Agenda<br />
Increased speed of set-up and close-down of business critical collaborations (consumers).<br />Reduced service implementation costs (suppliers)<br />Reduced integration costs (consumers and suppliers).<br />Pictures: Speed, setup and close down<br />Integration costs<br />Lots of wires<br />Hub analogy<br />
Science e-Workspace Pilot<br />Project Objectives<br />Business Challenge<br />Activities / Deliverables<br /><ul><li>To create a service specification that provides a workspace to facilitate collaboration between interested parties in the Life Science sector.
A workspace that can be created or closed on demand.
An extra-enterprise workspace that removes the risks of contamination of internal enterprise data by allowing collaboration data to be managed separately and ownership defined.
Provides the ability to facilitate migration of the collaboration data into enterprise systems in a managed and timely manner.
The generic tools or platform available (e.g. eRooms or Sharepoint) to facilitate Competitive or Pre-competitive collaborations within the Life Science sector are unable to support the management of scientific information.
Offering less than optimal solutions for scientific data usage in this context of business critical collaborations creates partial solutions with high support costs that have a negative reputational impact .
Development of a project team of interested parties.
All parties agreed of major outcome is service specification document that includes:
Recommendations for any subsequent implementation.
Agreed areas of focus for functional requirements for pilot e.g. Ensembl, NGS, Chemistry Sourcing etc.
All parties agree components of the specification
All parties prepared to submit exemplar data for the specification
All parties to review existing standards and make recommendations on their use within this initiative
Provider and industry review value, cost, technical feasibility and minimum core services required to move to specification</li></ul>Background<br />Stakeholders & Resource Requirements<br /><ul><li>Pistoia Alliance
Steering Committee: all participants investing in the project (money, resources, time).
Medium level funding, time/input from members will be critical.
Will seek the widest involvement from Pistoia Alliance members as this potentially has benefits for all participants.</li></ul>Background<br /><ul><li>Pistoia Alliance sponsored project.
Enabling activity to support key aspects on the Pistoia Alliance Biology & Chemistry strategies.</li></ul>Success Criteria<br />Opportunities / Threats<br /><ul><li>3 or more pharma and 3 or more supply chain company participants including product vendors.
Agreed specification document generated by end Q2 2011.
Clear picture of feasibility from all stakeholders and >75% of partners interested in a longer term service.
Hosted service to improve repeatable low cost delivery.
Clarity of data ownership paramount in line with legal strictures of collaboration agreements.
Risk of dependencies & overlaps with Sequence Services projectand with existing approaches.</li></ul>Expected Benefits (Value)<br /><ul><li>Increased speed of set-up and close-down of business critical collaborations (consumers).
Reduced service implementation costs (suppliers)
Reduced integration costs (consumers and suppliers).
Improved visibility and usability of collaboration information (consumers).