Gregory W. Pierce, the CEO of EngiLifeSciences, has been a frontrunner in developing solutions that allow Medical Device, Pharmaceutical and Biotechnology Manufacturers to efficiently bring compliant and high-quality products to market. Gregory’s career started in the United States Air Force working within the military hospitals as a Medical Laboratory Technologist and then transitioned to working in Research and Development for a major Medical Device Manufacturer; in the development of technology which falls in the category of Digital Health, and later in working for corporate America in the development of new technology medical products. “The pivotal point for me was when I decided to start my own company helping companies in the medical device, pharmaceutical and Biotechnology industry,” states Gregory.
During his 28 years of experience, Gregory has worked with many high-profile companies. He avidly participates on industry initiatives and collaborations within the healthcare industry. EngiLifeSciences is a consulting firm that provides services across the healthcare value chain. The company’s consulting solutions include Quality Systems, Product Development, Manufacturing, Information Technology, Regulatory Compliance, Software Compliance, Software Technology, Computer Systems Validation, and Quality & Business Performance. It offers an array of services that are targeted at increasing the bottom line for an organization. One of the visions of EngiLifeSciences is to be a transformational agent in the life sciences industry, bringing more innovative approaches to organizations and impacting the internal processes. It helps organizations to keep pace with the rapidly changing regulatory ecosystem and become more agile so as to attune faster to the external conditions in the market. Gregory comments, “Allowing ‘common sense’ practices to drive our behavior and involving the organization in that change, develops a culture of ownership and accountability which opens the door to innovation and increased visibility.”
According to Gregory, technology and digital health is expanding at an accelerated rate, including the use of artificial intelligence and other technology solutions to bring value to the health care. “For us to be an accelerator in the health care value chain, bringing more innovative approaches to organizations, and impacting internal processes resulting in agility and innovation is necessary.”