Farrell joins Campbell group

Brendan Farrell has joined the board of Campbell Informatics as a non-executive director.

Brendan Farrell has joined the board of Campbell Informatics as a non-executive director.

President of Trinity Biotech since July 1994, he was previously marketing director of BM Browne Limited, a company involved in the marketing and distribution of medical and diagnostic products.

Prior to that, he was chief executive of Noctech Limited, an Irish diagnostics company, following six years with Baxter Healthcare, where he was director of European business development.

Mr Farrell has a masters degree in biochemistry from University College Cork.

Campbell Informatics, founded in 1990, delivers systems modelling and engineering data management products and services to the regulated life science manufacturing sector.

The company’s patented Avenio engine lets you define and manage process technology systems and data throughout the engineering and operational life cycles.

Avenio flexibly integrates into current business processes, allowing for seamless migration from discontinuous engineering and compliance work practices to coordinated processes that are self-validating and self-documenting.

Campbell Informatics’ professional services include agile, risk-based compliance, systems modelling, structured protocol assembly and life cycle data management.

With a blue chip client base in Ireland, Europe and USA, Campbell Informatics’ solution standardises the corporate compliance process, controls the associated master-data and stage-gates the total GEP/GMP life cycle.

For further information, email donaghkiernan@campbellinformatics.com, or phone (021) 4291336, or log on to www.campbellinformatics.com.

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