Last week, we discussed the much-buzzed about topic of Next Generation Quality, commonly referred to as Quality 4.0. We posed the question: What does a Next-Generation Quality Management System (QMS) look like for a Life Sciences organization?
To capture a snapshot of the current QMS landscape, Pilgrim Quality Solutions recently conducted a market research study of quality and compliance professionals from the Top 2,000 Pharmaceutical, BioTech, Medical Device, and Combination Product companies on the “state of the state” of their current QMS capabilities and needs.
To paint a picture of an enterprise that has evolved to next-level QMS, we are able to study the findings, set a benchmark, and identify best practices for undertaking and completing that evolution.
Through our research, we saw that many respondents believe they already have the processes and tools in place to prepare for next-generation quality management. Harmonized data, proactive quality processes, connected suppliers, use of KPIs and predictive analytics, and the deployment of enterprise-grade QMS capabilities are all signals that an organization is prepared for next generation Quality success.
How far along is your organization in the evolutionary cycle? Where do your operations stand in terms of these capabilities, and in comparison to the results presented in this report? Have you identified areas of improvement that need to be tackled by your Quality team, or even throughout your broader organization, that will keep you ahead of the competition?
Today, Pilgrim is pleased to release the results of our study. This e-book will help you benchmark your current quality management processes against these industry findings, and understand any gaps you may need to fill to stay ahead in the market.
Best Practices for Next-Generation QMS
This ebook examines six key imperatives for successful Next-Generation Quality Management.