Cork, Ireland – March 8, 2012 - QUMAS today announced that Chris Reid, Chairman of GAMP Europe, is to speak at two complimentary half-day Life Sciences seminars in Germany, focusing on Quality and Compliance Management trends. The first seminar will be held on Tuesday, March 20, 2012 in Frankfurt. The second seminar will be held on Wednesday, March 21, 2012 in Dusseldorf. Each seminar will cover the following topics:
- How to implement an integrated Quality Management System (QMS) and leverage GAMP guidance to increase productivity
- Real world examples of proven Quality Management success stories
- Technology recommendations for dealing with common regulatory challenges
Presenting at the seminars will be the aforementioned Chris Reid, Chairman GAMP Europe and CEO of Integrity Solutions, Tieme Stoutjesdijk, Information Manager at Synthon, and Ken Hayward, Chief Technology Officer at QUMAS. The seminars are aimed at Quality Assurance, Regulatory Affairs, IT, Manufacturing, and Compliance professionals working in the Life Sciences industry. A complete agenda and registration details for the seminars are available at www.qumas.com/qms.
"These seminars will focus on the current best practices in regulatory compliance and quality management," said Caoimhe Kiely, VP Marketing for QUMAS. “They will also include real world examples of quality solutions across pharmaceutical companies who have a long tradition of regulatory compliance."
QUMAS is the leader in Compliance and Quality Management Solutions for the Life Sciences industry, with more than 260 global customer deployments and domain expertise in regulatory compliance since 1994.
QUMAS Quality Management solutions provide Electronic Document Management (SOPs, QA documents), Electronic Process Management (CAPA, Deviation, Change Control, Audit), and GMP Compliance Management. QUMAS Regulatory Affairs solutions provide content and Submission Management including eCTD authoring templates, collaborative review, full integration with leading publishing solutions, scanning, and automated import of paper documents.