Ideagen’s Gael Ltd. Sponsors Quality Conference in London
LONDON — Scottish quality management software developers Gael Ltd. will sponsor a leading Quality Conference on April 15 in London.
The East Kilbride-based company, a subsidiary of Ideagen PLC and developers of quality, safety and compliance management software Q-Pulse and Gael Enlighten, will sponsor this year’s CQI Conference 2015.
The event, set to be held in London’s King’s Fund venue, is dedicated to driving forward quality and leading organizational excellence. It is set to build on last year’s event theme of “Leadership — doing the right things right”.
Gael’s Chief Executive Officer, Ashley Marron, spoke of his pride at sponsoring the CQI’s Conference.
“Gael is a proud sponsor of the 2015 CQI Annual Conference," he said. “Since 1992, quality management and continuous improvement has been at the heart of everything we do and so we felt it only natural to show our support to this ever growing and internationally renowned event.
“With over 2,000 customers in 93 countries, many of whom will be present at the CQI’s Conference, we believe, through our experience and best-in-class GRC products, that Gael is the market leader in global quality management. For over 20 years, we’ve helped organizations achieve operational excellence, safe guarding their reputation and brands.”
The CQI Conference 2015 is a management event. It will focus on innovative practices in leadership and quality and is relevant to both CQI and IRCA members and non-members involved in the practical assessment of quality measures.
The event is set to host a number of keynote speakers from the likes of Mark Gallagher, Industry Executive of Formula 1, and Steve McNair of BAE Systems. Gael is sponsoring the event alongside Lloyd’s Register LRQA, Qualsys, the International Quality College and the University of Portsmouth.
The Chartered Quality Institute is the chartered body for quality management professionals. Established in 1919 and gaining the Royal Charter in 2006, the CQI has 10,000 members globally, extending across 150 countries.
The International Register of Certificated Auditors is the specialist division for Management Systems Auditors. It is the world’s original and largest international certification body for auditors of management systems, and was formed in 1984. The IRCA has 10,000 members globally.
For more information, visit www.cqiconference.org