Christie Coplen Discusses the Value of Versicor’s Emerging Hardware & Software Platform for Medical Devices
October 14. 2013 – Royal Oak, MI – In her first onstage appearance as President of Versicor, Christie Coplen will be joining two additional panelists at MichBio on October 16th to discuss Innovative Medical Design and Prototyping. As described on the event’s website (http://www.michbio.org/) new disruptive technologies, once considered science fiction, are revolutionizing medtech product development and the potential for customized devices. This session will discuss some of these cutting edge technologies including Versicor’s unique platform that speeds time from prototype to production, allowing companies their ideas to get to market faster.
“The current landscape for developing new technologies and advances in medical devices is full of roadblocks and red tape that are costly and timely. Versicor levels the playing field by providing a hardware and software platform that can quickly evolve from concept to production.” says CEO Christie Coplen.
Versicor was officially launched June of 2013 with the vision of breaking down the barriers to healthcare innovation and enabling more new products to enter the market. As a new member to MichBio the team at Versicor is excited to be a part of what Michigan’s business initiative and look forward to helping grow the local economy. Versicor is currently working on several exciting products and looks forward to working with more local companies within the MichBio network.
Dedicated to revolutionizing the way medical devices are built, Versicor is a medical device platform that simplifies new product development, decreases risk and increases speed to market. With its unique offering of a validated, proven and robust hardware platform in conjunction with intuitive and economical model-based software, Versicor is able to simplify product development for both new and established companies in the medical device space. Versicor is located in Royal Oaks, MI. For more information, visit www.goversicor.com.
MichBio is the trade association committed to driving growth in Michigan’s biosciences industry and its many sectors, including agri-biotech, food and nutrition, bio-based technologies and renewable chemicals, industrial and environmental biotech, medical devices and technologies, pharmaceuticals and consumer healthcare, diagnostics and research products, testing and research services, and clinical research. MichBio members include biosciences companies, academic and research institutions, biosciences service providers, and related organizations. For more information, visit www.michbio.org.