Global Life Science Manufacturers Are Facing Ever-Increasing Disruption In The Markets They Serve
In order to survive and thrive, organizations must be able to innovate and change business models at unprecedented rates of speed. QAD calls these companies Adaptive Manufacturing Enterprises.
Join us as we launch a new 5-episode series focused on how to be an Adaptive Manufacturing Enterprise with speakers Bart Reitter, VP Life Sciences at QAD, Inc. and Greg Cathcart, CEO at Excellis. These 30-minute episodes will occur throughout November and December. Simply register for the series, receive one log-in link, and we'll send you a reminder leading up to each event.
Episode 1: Why ERP? Enterprise solution for the journey from pre-approval
to IPO in Life Sciences
November 3 l 1PM EST
An agile ERP solution can greatly improve business outcomes for finance, supply chain, production, customer management, and other objectives. Too often, companies select big ERP providers rather than fully understanding what a life science ERP system really offers.
In the first episode, we will discuss what life science organizations need to consider when selecting enterprise systems, so they can meet the disruptions they face today and provide the flexibility needed to address tomorrow's challenges.
Future Episodes in the Series
Episode 2: Integrated Supplier Management: Real-time visibility
of supplier performance
November 17 l 1PM EST
Episode 3: Effective Enterprise Management: Real-time analytics
across the entire business
December 1 l 1PM EST
Episode 4: Supply Chain Management: Mitigating supply chain disruption
December 8 l 1PM EST
December 5: Digital Manufacturing: Leveraging technology in Life
December 15 l 1PM EST
Take the diagnostic to identify where your organization falls on the adaptability scale and diagnose your ability to cope with changed based on QAD's Adaptive Manufacturing Enterprise maturity model.Take the Diagnostic