Foresight hosted the 4th Foresight Argus User Seminar in Tokyo on May 13th 2016 at Shangri La Hotel. We had about 90 attendees from over 40 different companies and it was larger than any of the past Foresight events hosted in Japan.

The seminar was started with the presentation “What you ever wanted to know about E2B R3…but were afraid to ask” by Uwe Trinks. The seminar continued with “User Case Study Implementation for Oracle Argus Safety” presented by Sumitomo Dainippon Pharma Co., Ltd. After a networking break GlaxoSmithKline shared their experience on Argus – Eighteen months in the Life. The seminar was finished with Ask the Experts session, which were led by Uwe Trinks, Charlie Kinemura and KC Katsuyama.

While the agenda was packed with educational and informative sessions starting from 1pm to 5pm, we also had time for networking dinner at a Chinese restaurant, where the attendees enjoyed the dishes and exchanged information each other.

We look forward to seeing you in the next AUS!

Feedback from our previous events

"Much more open dialogue around issues impacting the users. It was not a sales/marketing focused event, it was actually useful! :-)"

Feedback from our previous events

"The quality and depth of the presentations was very good and all relevant to the Argus suite of tools."

Feedback from our previous events

"Very relevant to what we are trying to achieve here. Useful and great to network in an informal venue."
 

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"Clear objective and focusing on topics which pharmaceutical companies are concerned about."

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"First time attendee. Was pleasantly surprised."

Feedback from our previous events

"Focused presentation of relevant topics from experts."

Feedback from our previous events

"You brought together the right people and the right topics for the meeting. It was really driven by the user’s needs and not the vendors needs as seen often in other meetings."

Feedback from our previous events

"The quality and depth of the presentations was very good and all relevant to the Argus suite of tools."