Calculating an ROI of Quality
How QMS Upgrades Can Drive Revenue

A Free FDAnews Webinar • Sponsored by ZenQMS
Thursday, May 7, 2020 • 1:30 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. EDT

An intelligent quality management system (QMS) will provide return on investment (ROI) to life sciences businesses in a multitude of measurable ways, including operational efficiencies, audits streamlining and the ability to access real-time data. An investment in a reliable, scalable and intelligent QMS allows you to get new products to market faster, reduce risk at every stage of the regulatory process and increase sales.

Join Panos Boudouvas, CEO and founder of ZenQMS, on May 7 for a free webinar, where he’ll discuss the potential for the ROI of quality.

Key Webinar Takeways::

  • Calculating an ROI of quality including operational efficiencies, time-to-market for new products, audit and qualification processes, access to documents and data as well as improvements in product quality
  • Building a business case for an eQMS by benchmarking your current quality performance
  • Choosing the right eQMS solution that will be able to grow and scale to meet evolving business needs over time

Make quality a strategic business imperative. Join us for the virtual event by registering today.


Who Will Benefit

  • Quality Managers
  • Compliance
  • Regulatory Affairs

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Meet Your Presenter

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Panos Boudouvas

CEO, ZenQMS

Panos started ZenQMS to provide quality professionals better eQMS tools for enhanced compliance at an affordable price. Panos previously served in multiple executive roles at Aptuit, a leading Pharma CRO/CMO. Most recently he was a member of the Executive Committee and Vice President of Operational Excellence responsible for the worldwide launch and management of Aptuit’s LeanSixSigma program as a certified LeanSixSigma Black Belt. Panos was one of the first employees at Aptuit, leading the corporate development effort through a broad acquisition program. He also served served as Director of Facilities & Capital Development, which included global responsibility for 16 facilities, more than 100 full-time staff members, a ~$50 million annual operating budget and several multi-million dollar facility expansion and maintenance projects.