John Papageorge has worked at some of the biggest names in the high tech industry, launching products and programs for companies, such as Oracle, HP, Cisco, and Microsoft. John's passion for aesthetics and innovation has propelled him down various entrepreneurial paths. He was once co-founder of Standard Alliance, the San Francisco-based iTV application and production company, which created the first — and only — convergent initiative on behalf of the AOL-TIME WARNER merger. He also created Buzzphone, a mobile application company that allowed fans to receive voice messages from their favorite artists and athletes. In addition to all of these truly impressive and remarkable accomplishments, John collects accordions and is actively cultivating an image of "a good-looking bad boy who plays by his own rules."
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This webinar discusses how digitization is changing how manufacturers reduce risk by implementing change more proactively to improve quality, lower cost and accelerate time to market.Continue reading »
Jan. 26, 2017
Arena an all-in-one product development platform embeds QMS and ALM with PLM along with supplier item lookup supported by industry-leading component database partners that easily accommodate your ability to find alternatives for hard-to-source parts, and give flexibility to write a deviation for the period of disruption.Continue reading »
How an all-in-one product development platform can help reduce an increasingly broader array of risks and pains that afflict and ill the medical device industry.Continue reading »
Why PLM is the critical first step—outside of well-defined risk analysis and evaluation phases—in a medical device company’s plan to reduce risk and ensure quality in their design processes.Continue reading »
Jan. 18, 2017
An all-in-one product development solution that removes interoperability angst is an important key to ensure medical device makers succeed by reducing risk, improving quality and accelerating time to market.Continue reading »
The ROI of PLM can be broken down into three categories, each occurring at different time intervals; immediately, within the first year, and five years.Continue reading »