Implementing Risk Strategies
for the Supply Chain

An FDAnews FREE Webinar • Sponsored by VERSE SOLUTIONS
Wednesday, Dec. 6, 2017 • 1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. EST

A global supply chain is unavoidable in a global era. But regardless of who supplies you with this or that, you are the one who must answer to the FDA.

There’s a new approach to supplier control though — one that uses the tools of risk management to boost quality and compliance while putting you back in charge. Here’s your opportunity to discover it ... FREE.

Mark your calendar for 60 minutes of focused learning with a consultant who’s been dealing with far-flung suppliers for 38 years. Industry expert Anthony Parise of Verse Solutions shows you:

  • How risk management tools can open new windows into compliance
  • Leveraging risk in compliance, product performance and safety
  • Risk management and ISO 13485:2016
  • Risk management tools your competitors are using
  • Turning suppliers into compliance and quality partners
  • And much more!

You participate from the comfort and convenience of your own office. But why not share the wealth with others in your organization who deal with suppliers too? Put the word out today! The cost is FREE.

Controlling suppliers is a constant headache, not to mention a source of risk — of FDA sanctions, liability, loss of reputation. Isn’t it worth 60 minutes of your time to discover a new way of exerting control? Register now.

Who Will Benefit

Any regulated company seeking to gain visibility and control over supplier quality is a candidate for this webinar, particularly individuals with job titles including:

  • QA/QR/QC director/manager
  • Supplier and supply-chain quality executive
  • Regulatory affairs
  • Procurement
  • Manufacturing and operations
  • GMP

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Meet Your Presenter

Anthony Parise

Life Sciences Product Strategist
Verse Solutions

Anthony Parise, Life Sciences Product Strategist at Verse Solutions, Farmingdale NY, works with medical devicemakers producing new Class 2-3 products, combo products and disruptive new materials and products. He spent 33 years with J&J Vision Care developing the Acuvue line of contact lenses and related products.