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The Medical Device Industry Needs Risk Management in the New Normal

July 28, 2020

Can your ERP carry you over the next wave of change? Only the adaptive will survive. Register NowOn July 28, 2020, from 1:00pm-2:00pm ET, QAD and AdvaMed will hold a webinar: The Medical Device Industry Needs Risk Management in the New Normal.

The current state of the world has sent many organizations scrambling to find solutions to gaps exposed during the COVID-19 pandemic. Risk Management and Business Continuity can no longer be items that are disregarded and put off for another day. Understanding your organization's level of exposure is critical to survival in the next major business disruption.

Join us as QAD’s Mike Kolias and Dave Medina discuss:

  • The current state of the Medical Device industry
  • Overview of Risk Management and Business Continuity
  • Why Risk Management and Business Continuity planning is critical right now
  • How to manage through the current crisis and prepare for the next business disruption

If you can’t attend, register anyway and we'll send you the on-demand recording.

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Mike KoliasMike Kolias, Vice President, Life Sciences, QAD

Michael Kolias is Vice President, Life Sciences at QAD where he is responsible for setting the strategic direction of the company in the medical device industry.

Kolias has more than 10 years of experience in the life sciences industry. Before joining QAD, Kolias was Senior Director of IT for Canon BioMedical and an IT Manager at Zimmer Biomet.

Kolias earned a BA in Economics from Ohio State University, a BS in Computer Science from Kent State University, and an MBA from University of Findlay. He is completing an MS in Computer Science with a focus in Computing Security from Boston University.

Dave MedinaDave Medina, Vice President, Solutions & Vertical Marketing, QAD

Dave Medina is the Vice President, Solutions and Vertical Markets at QAD. Prior to QAD, he held positions in marketing at a number of technology and healthcare companies including leading global marketing for the life sciences segment at Hewlett-Packard. He was also Director of Business Development and Marketing at Quintiles Consulting and held executive sales leadership positions at Medical Manager, Confer Software and Dianon Systems.

Medina has a BS from the US Coast Guard Academy, an MBA from Tulane University, a Graduate Studies Certificate in Medical Informatics from Northwestern University, a Certified Supply Chain Professional (CSCP) from APICS, and a Regulatory Affairs Certificate from the Regulatory Affairs Professionals Society.