Learn how Digital Quality Leaders in the Life Sciences Industry are reducing costs of poor quality by 17%
Quality 4.0 is the single most pervasive initiative within Digital/Industrial Transformation programs. In fact, 23% of Industrial Transformation (IX) initiatives are built around the deployment of digital technologies in and around quality. LNS Research, the experts in Industrial Transformation, calls that work Quality 4.0, and it is an important, growing trend across industrial organizations.
Join LNS Research and Sparta Systems Inc. on Wednesday, March 24th at 11:00 am EDT, for an informative, live webcast on utilizing Digital Quality Hubs to jump start your transformation in the Life Sciences industry. LNS Research Principal Analyst, Tom Comstock, will present the research firm’s latest findings on the intersection of Industrial Transformation (IX) and Quality 4.0 specific to Life Sciences organizations, including pharmaceutical, biotechnology, medical device manufacturers, and more.
47% of Life Sciences companies are actively pursuing an IX initiative, with another 30% planning to begin one over the next 12 months.
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Tom Comstock is a Principal Analyst with LNS Research. In this role, he conducts research on a broad range of topics including Industrial Transformation Readiness, the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), and manufacturing operations management (MOM), with collaborative coverage across and asset performance management (APM), industrial analytics, and the factory of the future. Tom has more than 35 years of experience in industrial and manufacturing software, marketing, and product management with proven results in building executable strategies to grow revenues and profits. He holds an MBA from Pepperdine University and earned a BA from UC Berkeley.
Vice President of Digital Innovation
Stephen McCarthy joined Sparta Systems as Vice President of Digital Innovation more than three years ago. His previous roles were at Johnson & Johnson where he held several high-profile positions over 20 years, most recently VP of Quality Systems. There, he implemented complex systems and quality process transformations across the enterprise. Stephen is extremely passionate about business transformation through the power of quality systems. He began his early career in virology research at the University Hospital St. Thomas’ in London and holds a BSc in Medical & Industrial Biology from Cardiff University in Wales, UK.