Intelligent quality is achieved by businesses that are living the letter and spirit of their quality systems in the most efficient way possible.
And for these businesses, quality becomes the basis for their reputation and serves as a competitive advantage in the marketplace. Risk management is embedded in every process and is a driving force in CAPA. Actionable intelligence is readily available and the leaders of the organization are empowered to make informed business decisions.
Companies that invest in intelligent quality will reap the business benefits inside and out.
If everyone in the company, including senior management, has a clear view of quality, then your entire company becomes more intelligent.
Don’t take our word for it: Read the FDA’s recommendation for drug current good manufacturing practices (CGMP)
It is the role of management with executive responsibility to create a quality culture where employees understand that data integrity is an organizational core value and employees are encouraged to identify and promptly report data integrity issues. In the absence of management support of a quality culture, quality systems can break down and lead to CGMP noncompliance.”
The answer is a resounding yes!
Companies designing or manufacturing drugs or medical devices that will be used by patients require documentation around processes, workflows, outcomes, and changes. They also need documentation for which employees are trained, responsible, and accountable for those activities. The absence of those measures can introduce variability, result in noncompliance, and even lead to death.
The FDA regulations are in place to safeguard the public from undue risks. They are not intended to slow down the process of bringing new drugs to market. Hence, the FDA preaches the importance of quality.
To help reduce drug shortages, we need manufacturers to sell quality – not just medicine.
Efficiency will undoubtedly be the most immediate and pervasive benefit of implementing an eQMS, but the potential for ROI extends far beyond cost savings. Read this blog to discover five areas where quality leaders have reported business impact after implementing an eQMS.
Life sciences companies are seeing rapid ROI after implementing ZenQMS to manage their documents, training, audits, and issues.
We’ve been able to reduce on-site audit time by more than 50% because we are able to provide auditors access to review documents in ZenQMS.
Our free guide can help you discover how a mature QMS drives quality across three dimensions: your people, your process, and your technology.
The right quality management solution is fit for purpose. Quality management isn’t all or nothing – manual systems vs. crazy complicated “enterprise software” is a false choice. ZenQMS offers purpose-built, life sciences-focused software as a service (SaaS) eQMS that is:
The right quality management solution is fit for purpose. Look for a solution that’s cost-effective to implement with the functionality you need now, but that can scale up as your needs become more complex.
Harnessing the capabilities of ZenQMS’s digital platform, life sciences companies can achieve the benefits of intelligent quality:
Stronger commercial readiness