2015 Global Laboratory Products Purchasing Trends

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Readers of the Lab Manager Magazine were invited to participate in an online survey in September 2014. To qualify for survey participation, readers were required to play a role in their laboratory’s purchasing process, be familiar with their laboratories’ product budgets, and represent a laboratory that either uses or plans to use products in one or more of the 7 specified laboratory product categories. A total of 467 decision makers qualified for and completed the survey, answering questions on their laboratory purchases, budgets, industry drivers and restraints, preferred suppliers, and purchasing preferences. Respondents were segmented by academic, biopharmaceutical, government, industrial, and patient care organizations.

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Research Background, Objectives, Methodology, and Respondent DemographicsResearch ObjectivesResearch MethodologyResearch Methodology (continued)Respondent DemographicsRespondent Demographics (continued)Executive SummaryExecutive SummaryExecutive Summary (continued)Executive Summary (continued)Executive Summary (continued)Executive Summary (continued)Laboratory Product Purchases and the Influential Factors of Selection2012–2014 Total Laboratory Products Purchase2014 Laboratory Products Purchase by End-user2014–2015 Instruments Purchases2014–2015 Equipment PurchasesDefinitions for Drivers MatrixStrategic Prioritization of Needs When Selecting Laboratory Products—2014 ResultsStrategic Prioritization of Needs When Selecting Laboratory Products—2013 ResultsStrategic Prioritization of Needs When Selecting Laboratory Products—Change from 2013–2014Strategic Prioritization of Needs When Selecting Laboratory Products—DiscussionTechnical Note—Understanding Perceptual MapsPerceptual Map of Laboratory Products—Product Associations AnalysisPerceptual Map of Laboratory Products—Product and Attribute Associations AnalysisPerceptual Map of Laboratory Products—Product and Attribute Associations Analysis (continued)Product Budgets and Volumes2014 Laboratory Product Budgets by End-user and Product Category2014–2015 Laboratory Product Budgets by End-user and Product CategoryEnd-users’ Expectations of Laboratory Products Budget Percent Growth/Decline 2014–2015Laboratory Budgets DiscussionSources of Laboratory FundingPreferred Purchase ChannelTop Competitors by Product CategoryTop Competitors in Instruments and EquipmentTop Competitors in Chemical, Reagents and KitsTop Competitors In General Lab Supplies, Plasticware, and Glassware Verbatim Responses Academic LaboratoriesDesired Changes to Laboratory Products Purchasing Experience—Academic LabsDesired Changes to Laboratory Products Purchasing Experience—Academic Labs (continued)Desired Changes to Laboratory Products Purchasing Experience—Academic Labs (continued)Desired Changes to Laboratory Products Purchasing Experience—Academic Labs (continued)Desired Changes to Laboratory Products Purchasing Experience—Academic Labs (continued)Stated Growth Drivers—Academic LabsStated Growth Drivers—Academic Labs (continued)Stated Growth Drivers—Academic Labs (continued)Stated Growth Drivers—Academic Labs (continued)Stated Growth Drivers—Academic Labs (continued)Stated Growth Barriers—Academic LabsStated Growth Barriers—Academic Labs (continued)Stated Growth Barriers—Academic Labs (continued)Stated Growth Barriers—Academic Labs (continued)Stated Growth Barriers—Academic Labs (continued)Verbatim Responses Government LaboratoriesDesired Changes to Laboratory Products Purchasing Experience—Government LabsDesired Changes to Laboratory Products Purchasing Experience—Government Labs (continued)Desired Changes to Laboratory Products Purchasing Experience—Government Labs (continued)Stated Growth Drivers—Government LabsStated Growth Drivers—Government Labs (continued)Stated Growth Barriers—Government LabsStated Growth Barriers—Government Labs (continued)Verbatim Responses Biopharmaceutical LaboratoriesDesired Changes to Laboratory Products Purchasing Experience—Biopharmaceutical LabsDesired Changes to Laboratory Products Purchasing Experience—Biopharmaceutical Labs (continued)Desired Changes to Laboratory Products Purchasing Experience—Biopharmaceutical Labs (continued)Stated Growth Drivers—Biopharmaceutical LabsStated Growth Drivers—Biopharmaceutical Labs (continued)Stated Growth Barriers—Biopharmaceutical LabsStated Growth Barriers—Biopharmaceutical Labs (continued)Desired Changes to Laboratory Products Purchasing Experience—Industrial LabsDesired Changes to Laboratory Products Purchasing Experience—Industrial Labs (continued)Verbatim Responses Industrial LaboratoriesDesired Changes to Laboratory Products Purchasing Experience—Industrial LabsStated Growth Drivers—Industrial LabsStated Growth Drivers—Industrial Labs (continued)Stated Growth Drivers—Industrial Labs (continued)Stated Growth Drivers—Industrial Labs (continued)Stated Growth Barriers—Industrial LabsStated Growth Barriers—Industrial Labs (continued)Stated Growth Barriers—Industrial Labs (continued)Stated Growth Barriers—Industrial Labs (continued)Verbatim Responses Hospitals and Clinical LaboratoriesDesired Changes to Laboratory Products Purchasing Experience—Hospitals and Clinical LabsDesired Changes to Laboratory Products Purchasing Experience—Hospitals and Clinical Labs (continued)Stated Growth Drivers—Hospitals and Clinical LabsStated Growth Drivers—Hospitals and Clinical Labs (continued)Stated Growth Barriers—Hospitals and Clinical LabsStated Growth Barriers—Hospitals and Clinical Labs (continued)AppendixLegal DisclaimerAdditional Sources of InformationThe Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Frost & Sullivan StoryValue Proposition—Future of Your Company & CareerGlobal PerspectiveIndustry Convergence360º Research 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