Embedding quality management processes across value chains is becoming your competitive edge

Webinar a la carta | 45 minutos

Learn how make complexity an advantage and drive quality to minimize core business risks

Man leads discussion on how embedding quality management processes minimizes core business risks.

In this digital era and amid an unprecedented period, the adoption of innovative technologies, business complexity and global competition are factors that exert higher pressure to achieve best-in-class performance. Therefore, manufacturers must adapt their offering standards to meet customer requests and reduce time to market.

Excellence in product and production quality is as critical as speed to innovation. Adopting a closed-loop quality management solution helps generate a positive impact on product and process quality throughout the product lifecycle.

Watch our webinar and learn how make complexity an advantage and drive quality to minimize core business risks. We explore:

  • Benefits of a new way of thinking to gain a competitive advantage from a complex environment
  • Why your company must consider quality management as a driver to minimize core business risks
  • Steps to boost quality processes as an integral part of digital transformation by leveraging a collaborative backbone
Valentina Lupo

Valentina Lupo

Industry Manager – Discrete Manufacturing, Siemens Digital Industries Software

Valentina started her journey in Siemens two years ago in the Business Enablement Team of Manufacturing Operations Management. Before joining Siemens, she held different positions in Quality Management and R&D. She also covered a Project Management position, as “Certified Project Management Associate – IPMA Level D®️”. She holds a Master’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from the Polytechnic of Bari.

Raffaello Lepratti

Dr. Raffaello Lepratti

Vice President - Business Development and Marketing, Siemens Digital Industries Software

Dr. Raffaello Lepratti is Vice President of Business Development and Marketing for Siemens Digital Industries Software. Dr. Lepratti holds a degree in electrical engineering, as well as a PhD in Advanced Human-Machine Collaboration. Over the years, he has worked on several international research projects, is the author of books and scientific papers, and is co-owner of several patents. He is a member of MESA’s international board of directors.