QUMAS hosting seminar on Using SharePoint for Life Sciences Executives
Jersey City, NJ – September 19, 2011 - QUMAS, the leading provider of compliance solutions to highly regulated companies, announced today that it will be hosting a seminar titled Compliance Made Easy with QUMAS and Microsoft SharePoint 2010. The seminar will be held on Wednesday, September 21, 2011, from 8:30am to 12:30pm EDT at Microsoft’s New England Research & Development Center in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
The seminar is designed for senior Life Sciences executives from IT, Regulatory, Clinical, Quality Assurance and Manufacturing who are considering using Microsoft SharePoint 2010 to manage regulated content, compliance, and quality processes. The featured speakers will be Les Jordan, chief technology strategist, Life Sciences at Microsoft, Ken Hayward, Chief Technology Officer at QUMAS, and Aidan Quilligan, Head of Technical Product Management at QUMAS.
"This seminar will detail how a Microsoft SharePoint 2010 solution can be used as a closed loop platform to manage a wide range of compliance activities," said Ken Hayward, Chief Technology Officer at QUMAS. "During the seminar, we will be providing business case examples of how our ComplianceSP solution can be used for SOP Management, Quality Management, CAPA Management, Deviation Management, and Change Control Management."
QUMAS plays an important role in providing compliance solutions to our mutual life sciences customers,” said Les Jordan, chief technology strategist, Life Sciences at Microsoft. “With ComplianceSP, companies can benefit from the rich SharePoint 2010 platform and also draw upon QUMAS’ deep expertise in regulatory compliance management.”
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QUMAS is the leader in Enterprise Compliance Solutions with more than 250 global customer deployments and two decades of experience helping companies in highly regulated industries. QUMAS is a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner, and provides the QUMAS Compliance Platform on Microsoft SharePoint 2010, Documentum, Oracle or SQL.
For more information, visit http://www.qumas.com.