OnDemand Webinar: Quality Management in the Real World: Supplier Quality During Crisis

This webinar is part three in a three-part series.

The current crisis has created new levels of pressure on supply chain quality, whether it is rapidly onboarding new suppliers, managing receiving and inspections remotely or just keeping up with the accelerated pace of change.  This significantly increases the risk to your brand.  This crisis is an example of how supply chains can be quickly and severely impacted by any number of circumstances and must evolve quickly.

Join Nick Metrakos, Solutions Consultant at ETQ, an ISO 13485 and ISO 9001 Lead Auditor in this short, 30 minute session to learn how to manage these new challenges and how a well implemented QMS may help.

In this webinar, you’ll learn:

  • How to manage suppliers in a remote work environment
  • How to conduct remote audits
  • Where an automated QMS can help


NickMetrakos-1Nick Metrakos, Solutions Consultant, recently joined ETQ as a Solutions Consultant. Prior to joining ETQ, Nick was an ETQ customer for 5 years. From the purchasing process, to implementation, to the rollout of Reliance, he is excited to share best practices across this lifecycle to help organizations improve their quality processes.

Also as an experienced auditor for 8 years, Nick has seen the pitfalls from companies across many industries where an effective QMS could have reduced audit findings. Nick completed his degree in Biomedical Engineering at the University of South Carolina and is a certified Lead Auditor (BSI) for the ISO 13485:2016 and ISO 9001:2015 standards.

Iaacson_D(LG)David Isaacson, Senior Director, Product Marketing has over 25 years experience in software product marketing and product management. David has successfully brought SaaS products to market for a variety of industries and high-growth companies. He has worked for software companies such as Anaqua, VFA/Accruent, and Oracle, where he led the product management team responsible for integrating analytics into the Oracle database.

Supplier Quality During Crisis