The National Cyber Forensics and Training Alliance (NCFTA) was established in 2002 as a non-profit partnership between private industry, government and academia to provide a neutral, trusted environment that enables a two way collaboration and cooperation to identify, mitigate an disrupt cyber crime.
The notion of the “Supply Chain 4.0” proposes a plethora of new digital solutions for the pharma market to adopt including EWM, Cost Design, Integrated Business Planning, Web Barcodes, IOT, Blockchain, AI, and Cloud-based Solutions to optimize the supply chain. With all of the new technology for integration, it is imperative to become more digitized. What can we do in the Canadian Market to become more integrated in the digital world?
Presentation by Dave Malenfant, Director, Center for Supply Chain Innovation, Texas Christian University
Shital Mars is the Chief Executive Officer of Progressive Care, a personalized healthcare services and technology company. Under her direction, Shital has guided Progressive Care and its wholly-owned subsidiary PharmCo LLC on a rapid growth trajectory with the signing of an investment deal with The Benchmark Company in June 2018 and the acquisition of Touchpoint pharmacy.
Presentation by Nedal Ismail, Professor and Program Coordinator, Bachelor of Commerce, Supply Chain Management &Management Studies, The Business School, Humber Institute of Technology & Advanced Learning
With regulators across the globe becoming increasingly interested in how organizations are controlling the variables when distributing CRT/Ambient products, companies must re-assess their processes to ensure compliance. Even if total temperature monitoring is not required by regulators, it is crucial to show that you have strong processes in place to stay off their radar. Regulators want to see that you have your documentation in order for these products and have a full understanding of your transport process.