Article | June 26, 2023

Understanding The Hidden Value Of Quality In Biomanufacturing Processes

By James Fell, Director of Quality Systems, Thermo Fisher Scientific


Like most businesses, biomanufacturers must allocate their finite resources to the best uses to be successful. While quality-related activities are not necessarily thought of as revenue-generating, they're resource-intensive and certainly critical for success. Entrusting supply chain management to an organization with deep supply chain experience - one that can anticipate potential pitfalls, mitigate those risks, and provide operational efficiencies - can help insulate companies from costs of poor quality.

Review statistics that prove how costly it can be to avoid resolving quality issues and elements of quality management that can make all the difference when collaborating with an organization that views quality as a value-add activity.

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