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Evolution of Quality Management Systems in Life Sciences: Emerging Regulatory Requirements & New Technologies

Tuesday, March 21, 2023 at 2:00 PM EST | 11:00 AM PST


In this live webinar, we will highlight key operational elements that must be in place within the organization to ensure a successful and compliant drug development process, and provide examples of how AI-based solutions are transforming these processes.

Learning Objectives:
  • Core functions for the Life Sciences organization
  • Documentation challenges within the drug development process
  • Intelligent automation solutions to complex document processing










Harry Chopra | Chief Client Officer
Adlib Software

Harry brings over 30 years of sales and marketing experience across various industries with a strong focus on understanding the exacting requirements of global regulatory bodies. His deep understanding of tech stacks paired with the insight into the management of complex organizations allows Harry to translate complex technical concepts into relatable topics and have valuable conversations with business leaders. These days Harry works with leading life sciences enterprises to better manage unstructured data made inaccessible across unsearchable company documents and to automate the creation of “document of record” to eliminate compliance and operational risks.

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Philippe Gaudreau | CEO

Philippe is SOLABS’ CEO and co-founder. He has been leading the SOLABS on the journey from R&D through commercialization of its award-winning EQMS SOLABS QM10. Philippe believes that being passionate about your goals and interests is important both in and out of the office. On top of his 20 years of experience in the SaaS and Life Sciences industry, he is a host of the Automating Quality podcast show and has presented at multiple conferences in the past on topics related to Enterprise Quality Management Systems.

If you are unable to attend the live webinar, register anyway to receive the recording.