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Capitalizing on the Perfect Storm for Digital Quality Transformation
Join us as we discuss how recent events have created the natural catalyst and ideal time for life science organizations to evaluate how they manage quality across their extended enterprise.

Discover how embracing and adopting new technologies and ways of working can make the difference between success and failure.

We will discuss:
• Rare events and how to plan for them if possible
• How Quality Risk Management can help to prepare for the unknown
• The increased pace of change and its impact on Quality Management
• The role of innovation such as Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning

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Fabrizio Maniglio
Expert Solutions Engineer @Sparta Systems, a Honeywell Company
Fabrizio leverages his vast subject matter expertise in quality lifecycle management and the life sciences industries to help customers achieve their quality management goals. Prior to Sparta, he spent more than eight years at Lonza, a leading European-based contract manufacturing organization to the pharmaceutical, biotechnology and specialty ingredient industries. There, he served in numerous quality-related roles, including Deviations Management, Head of QA Audit & Compliance, and QA Manager for Data Integrity and Computer Systems Validation. Fabrizio holds a Bachelor’s degree in Biology and a Master’s degree in Microbiology, both from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zürich (ETH Zürich).