On-Demand Webinar

Learn how closed loop manufacturing drives innovation and cost reduction

On-demand webinar focused on mastering medical device compliance

Estimated Watching Time: 51 minutes

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With increased complexity and changing global supply chains and regulatory landscape, medical device companies are under pressure to better analyze data and improve processes. There is a vast amount of manual data collected on a daily basis, and some companies are still using paper-based processes in manufacturing. Being able to turn data into intelligence to support better quality products is important. So is having closed-loop manufacturing (CLM) capabilities.

Closed-loop manufacturing is the key to cost reduction and can help drive innovation. Gain a competitive edge with new product innovation and reduce the amount of product recalls.

Watch the on-demand webinar to learn how to use closed-loop manufacturing to your advantage.

Leading medical device companies embrace the explosion of complexity by innovating faster without sacrificing quality

Is it possible for manufacturers to deliver healthcare advances while improving cost reduction and recall without compromising quality? With the help of the comprehensive digital twin and a flexible ecosystem, it is. This is where closed-loop manufacturing comes into play. Closed-loop manufacturing is the seamless integration of three major domains: product lifecycle management, enterprise resource planning and manufacturing operations management. Medical device compliance can be made easier by integrating CLM.

Turning reactivity to proactivity to improves medical device sustainability and time-to-market

When it comes to being proactive, manufacturers must take a comprehensive digital approach to manufacturing. This means improving sustainability by optimizing resources and turning paper-based processes into paperless processes. Manufacturers need to evaluate their activities and eliminate non-value activities to improve time to market.

Reduce the likelihood and cost of recalled medical devices with closed-loop manufacturing

Critical compliance events like recalls, FDA 483s, warning letters, consent decrees, import bans and consumer litigation cost manufacturers an estimated 2.5% of annual sales. Class II medical devices are the most recalled product category from the FDA. While product recalls happen, wouldn’t it be nice to reduce the number of recalls on your devices? Medical device companies need to embrace innovation, digitalization and connectivity. It’s time to shift away from responding to disruptions and focus on proactively preventing issues in their processes. Data can help inform this decision and closed-loop manufacturing can make this transition possible.

What you’ll learn from this webinar

  • What is the ROI on a recall?

  • What does closed-loop manufacturing and quality mean?

  • The business value of closed-loop manufacturing

  • Best-in-class solutions for innovation

Meet the speakers

Siemens Digital Industries Software

Jeff Morris

Product Manager - Interoperability

Jeff came to Siemens through the acquisition of Camstar in 2014 and continued in his role as a Solution Architect delivering a wide range of MES solutions to customers in the medical device, semiconductor, and discrete manufacturing industries.

In 2019 transitioned from providing services and implementing Siemens’s portfolio of products to developing the products Siemens offered as a Product Manager.

Now the focus is on managing Siemens interoperability products. More specifically, providing out-of-the-box integration of Teamcenter with the Opcenter MOM portfolio.

Siemens Digital Industries Software

Silvio Saouaf

Product Portfolio/Management Lead

Silviois a Product Portfolio/Management Lead at Siemens Digital Industries Software, with a focus on Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES). He has 20+ years of experience working with global manufacturers in developing enterprise manufacturing strategies and solutions to drive operational excellence and innovation. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering and a Master’s degree focused also in Electrical Engineering. Silvio resides in North Carolina, USA.

Siemens Digital Industries Software

Chiara Ceccopieri

Industry Solution Marketing - Medical Device & Pharmaceutical

Chiara has a scientific degree in Science and has experience in pharmaceutical and medical devices Class I, III, III.

Now focus on Siemens MOM products serving the Medical Devices and Diagnostics d Pharma industry.