Learn a Whole New Way to Optimize Temperature Monitoring for the Pharmaceutical Supply Chain
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The pharmaceutical industry is facing various challenges, including increased regulatory scrutiny and the need for greater access to data, as well as significant cost drivers.
In this webinar, attendees will discover an entirely new, fully-integrated, end-to-end temperature monitoring technology for Good Distribution Practices in the pharmaceutical supply chain.
Benefits of Attending:
1.Cold Chain Cost Efficiency: We will explain how the costs associated with temperature management in the supply chain can be improved by using a Bluetooth Low Energy-enabled monitoring system. Our new InTemp Monitoring Solution, which works with smartphones and tablets, will drive cost savings by significantly reducing the time spent setting up and documenting trips as well as providing functions that help reduce excursions and excursion investigations
2. Enhanced visibility: Attendees will learn how a Bluetooth-enabled data logger offers greater functionality than traditional data loggers at comparable costs, without needing to deploy vastly more expensive GPRS or GSM systems
3. Seamless integration: We will also show how the InTemp solution provides users with an alternative to stand-alone cold chain monitoring systems, which are limited in the visibility they provide throughout the supply chain. The InTempConnect cloud-based temperature data warehouse’s ability to integrate into existing ERP or business management systems as well as operate as a stand-alone system allows users to leverage their existing tools without major overhauls to their core IT platforms.
Who should attend?
Directors and Managers for packaging, supply chain, temperature monitoring, warehouse, clinical trials, or labs in the pharma industry.
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Paul has over 8 years of industry experience as a project management consultant in Gape and GDP environments within the pharmaceutical supply chain. He has managed projects in a variety of regions including, North America, South America, Europe, Asia, Africa and Australia, giving him a solid understanding of the global regulatory environment. In addition to supply chain documentation development, evaluation and improvement, Paul's skill set includes supply chain audits, equipment validation and facility qualifications and mappings.