Written by Jonny Williamson
The company, headquartered in Cambridge, UK, and Boston, Massachusetts, is a world leader in providing business analysis and consultation on the changing state of technology and operational practices in the sectors of manufacturing, distribution and construction.
The survey, titled ‘How to best improve quality and agility in highly regulated medical device manufacturing’, can be completed online with question focusing on processes, suppliers, software, technologies, information flows and strategic actions. The feedback garnered will support reliable, safe and high-quality medical device manufacturing through the global supply chain and the product lifecycle.
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The study has come about due to the current challenges facing medical device manufacturers having to promote growth without jeopardising quality and financial performance in the face of complex and changing regulatory requirements.
An early preview of the findings will be presented at the Medical Device and Manufacturing East show from 21-24 May, Philadelphia, US. Lead researcher Julie Fraser will be attending to share data from the study and highlight best practices and approaches for success. There will also be an opportunity to question Fraser and discuss issues with other event attendees.
Any individual that either works for or supplies materials to applicable manufacturers is asked to participate in the study, with all responses being strictly confidential. Those who do take part will be allowed access to the finished research report to not only compare peer performances, but identify possible opportunities for improvement.
To take part in the survey you can follow the link below: