Global Pharmaceutical Serialisation and Track & Trace Open House 2016
Preparing for Global Compliance: Helping you Execute your Serialisation Strategy
Who should watch?
Senior Vice Presidents, Vice Presidents, Executive Directors, Directors, Heads and Managers from departments / functions including:
- Supply Chain
- Product Security
- Quality Assurance
- Regulatory Affairs
Listen and watch examples of how real world companies have cost effectively complied to serialisation legislation and ensured secure tracking of their drug products.
Each session provides the chance to look though the keyhole in the 40 minute case study webinars and Q&A section.
The entire event is accessible to view at anytime online here, allowing key stakeholders to prevent counterfeit products and implement serialisation compliance on a regional and global scale from the comfort of their office desk.
The on-demand sessions can be accessed below at any time.
As the pharma industry continues to advance towards a state of airtight track and trace compliance, the need for clarity and direction is paramount. This openhouse provides a platform for stakeholders to obtain knowledge and awareness of the market and view the interactive discussions with the day's speakers.
Prepare to Meet the 2017 Serialisation/Traceability Requirements of the DQSA
Time: 7:00am EDT / 11am GMT
Join a seasoned subject matter expert (SME) with extensive experience regarding the deployment of serialization, traceability and compliance methods by life sciences companies. Enhance your plans for complying with Title II of the Drug Quality and Security Act of 2013 (DQSA), referred to as the Drug Supply Chain Security Act (DSCSA).
Bill Fletcher, Managing Partner, Pharma Logic
Case Study: Challenging the Interoperability Hurdles Throughout the Supply Chain to Ensure Integration on a Technical and Strategic Level
Time: 9am EDT / 1pm GMT
This session will:
Dino Djelil, Project Architect, GSK
Lessons From 10 Years in Track and Trace
Time: 10am ET / 2pm GMT
Over the last 10 years in the pharmaceutical track and trace market, Seidenader has encountered both good and bad experiences along the learning curve for the company and its customers.
In this presentation we share our experience in this critical area for production, project implementation and successful realization. Participate in this session to view first hand the experiences from a fast mover in this market and learn how Seidenader can help you to implement serialization and aggregation in your production environment.
Challenges this session will address:
Solutions this session will cover:
Strengths of working with Seidenader:
Seidenader provides everything from a single source (one stop shop): Consulting, software and hardware development, manufacturing (machine building), project engineering, implementation, service, documentation, training and life cycle management. Seidenader is part of the Körber Group and is able to commit investment security for our customers. We provide all products required to install a full blown track and trace solution from line to site level. Also, Seidenader is able to cover in average 80% of all our customers’ requirements with standard functionality. The remaining 20% are covered by configuration and, if required, by adaption from our own software development.
Christian Frenz , Product Manager, Seidenader Maschinenbau GmbH
Günter Baur, Key Account Manager , Seidenader Maschinenbau GmbH
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About The Organizer
- Drug Discovery
- Clinical Trials
- Market Access
- Cold Chain
- Medical Devices
- Legal and Regulatory Issues
Bill FletcherPharma Logic
Speaking on: Prepare to Meet the 2017 Serialisation/Traceability Requirements of the DQSA
Dino is a Middleware Systems and Process Integration Architect at GSK with more than 16 years experience in the Pharmaceutical Industry. Dino has proven track record in Supply Chain planning, distribution as well as systems integration. Over the past four years Dino has worked closely with various suppliers and partners, and has led the integration architecture design in addition to the build of all serialisation related interfaces within GSK's internal systems as well as external contract manufacturing organisations and customer serialisation partners.
Speaking on: Case Study: Challenging the Interoperability Hurdles Throughout the Supply Chain to Ensure Integration on a Technical and Strategic Level
Christian FrenzSeidenader Maschinenbau GmbH
Speaking on: Lessons From 10 Years in Track and Trace
Günter BaurSeidenader Maschinenbau GmbH
Speaking on: Lessons From 10 Years in Track and Trace