A QMS Paradigm Shift: eQMS in Medtech Today with Dot Compliance
June 24, 2022

The use of an electronic Quality Management System (eQMS) is becoming standard technology in Medtech companies of all sizes. They offer the promise of automation, improving compliance, reducing cost, increasing productivity, enhancing traceability, and reducing documentation burden. Yet so often medtech companies struggle with lengthy, expensive, and cumbersome implementations.

In this webinar, Cannon Quality Group CEO and founder, Nicolle Cannon, along with Mickey Landkof, GM of Dot Compliance North America will discuss how new technologies and deployment methodologies are replacing traditional and legacy QMS implementations. You’ll learn how to successfully approach a QMS implementation, how regulatory compliance is achieved, and see the advantages and latest features of Dot Compliance’s ready to use solutions.

Along with a light demo of Dot Compliance, you’ll learn:

  • When to take the eQMS plunge
  • How to evaluate platforms based on your business or product type
  • How to ensure a successful eQMS implementation
  • How to build better, safer, more effective products by integrating quality throughout the entire product lifecycle from concept to commercialization
  • How medical device manufacturers can now save time, money, and resources and increase time-to-market by doing away with fully customized solutions – while remaining compliant with industry regulations and standards
  • How to ensure your organization and outsourced suppliers get the required visibility from early product development – design control, design history files (DHF), and device master records (DMR), through 510K submission support, manufacturing, and ultimately post-market surveillance
  • How out-of-the-box (OOTB) solutions connect quality and regulatory enforcement, and automate quality processes while continuously monitoring, tracking, and reporting on regulatory requirements
  • How the Dot Compliance ready-to-use platform helps you mitigate device manufacturing risks while ensuring compliance with regulations such as 21 CFR Part 11, 21 CFR Part 820, GMP, ISO13485, ISO14791, and others

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