Quality Management Crossroads

17 February 2021 | Online

Catch the latest updates on the newest trends and learn more about the implementation of a holisitc quality management platform to keep up with regulatory requirements.

The complexity of everyday operations in the Life Sciences industry is constantly increasing. To keep up with the regulatory requirements while upkeeping quality, efficacy and safety of products in focus, companies are required to constantly re-visit their approach to processes, technology and information. Staying flexible and agile is key in obtaining success in this industry.

In this webinar, we will take a look at new trends in the market, learn about the potential and opportunities of implementing holistic quality management platforms. We’ll take a look at those that seamlessly link not only activities within QA/QC departments, but also merge them into the comprehensive process that includes R&D, manufacturing, regulatory, labeling and other internal and external stakeholders.

Join us to learn more about how to manage process dependencies (from a deviation, through CAPA, over change management, supplier management all the way to regulatory impact assessment and submission of variations), cope with the transition from the classic monolithic document-centric world towards the data-driven and structured environment of the future, and use the power of intelligent analytics to stay in control of your processes.

Why attend?

In this webinar, you'll learn:

  • How to manage process dependencies
  • How to switch from a document centric approach to a data-driven structure
  • How to use intelligent analytics to manage processes

Meet the Speakers

Siniša Belina

Senior Life Sciences Consultant, Amplexor

Siniša Belina is a Senior Life Sciences Consultant within Product Management team. He applies his detailed knowledge of pharmaceutical processes and documentation to the areas of business process analysis, optimization of software solutions and demonstration of their capabilities. He started his professional career at Pliva (now the TEVA Group), where in addition to his responsibilities in manufacturing, he engaged in a successful EDMS implementation project. He later joined KRKA’s Regulatory Affairs Department, and finally moved to Amplexor in 2008. Siniša received his Bachelor of Science degree in Pharmacy from Zagreb University.



Quality Management Crossroads

17 February 2021 | 2:00 - 3:00 pm GMT 

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