LogiPharma 2018 US

September 05 - 06, 2018

Hilton Penn’s Landing, Philadelphia, PA

Contact: 1.888.482.6012

DAY ONE: Activating the Digital Supply Chain to Increase Visibility, Improve Efficiency and Achieve Savings

7:00 am - 8:00 am Continental Breakfast & Registration In The LogiLounge

7:00 am - 8:00 am Women in Supply Chain Breakfast

Kawa Chiu, Senior Director, Global Supply Chain,Genentech
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Kawa Chiu

Senior Director, Global Supply Chain
Genentech

8:00 am - 8:20 am Welcome Remarks and Getting To Know You: Supply Chain Leader’s Ice Breaker

Marissa Alvord, Executive Director,LogiPharma USA
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Marissa Alvord

Executive Director
LogiPharma USA

8:20 am - 8:35 am Chairperson’s Opening Address

Brad Pawlowski, Managing Director, Life Sciences Supply Chain ,Accenture
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Brad Pawlowski

Managing Director, Life Sciences Supply Chain
Accenture

8:35 am - 8:55 am Keynote Case Study | Designing a Specialty Pharmacy Supply Chain to go Direct to Patient

Chris Mlynek, Vice President, Pharmacy, Immunology & Neurology Supply Chain,AbbVie
Patient centricity is the way forward for all of biopharma, especially in our increasingly connected world. AbbVie has a specialty pharmacy licensed in the United States delivering drugs directly to patients. Over the last three years, Chris Mlynek, Vice President, Pharmacy, Immunology & Neurology Supply Chain for AbbVie, has transformed their supply chain channels to get closer to patients. Chris will share supply chain insights of AbbVie’s specialty pharmacy, including:
•Partnering with internal stakeholders to develop the patient support network
•Temperature controlled product and direct to patient considerations
•Digital supply chain and implications for patients, caregivers, HCP’s
•AbbVie Patient Assistance Program

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Chris Mlynek

Vice President, Pharmacy, Immunology & Neurology Supply Chain
AbbVie

Rapid advances in digital capabilities are creating valuable opportunities for biopharma supply chains. Most firms now see digital as the backbone to maximize corporate initiatives, but what does a digital roadmap look like and how can you maximize technological capabilities?  What should you be thinking about now and in 5 and 10 years? How can you overcome the challenges of master data and systems integration to improve visibility?
Supply Chain Leaders will weigh in on this core priority, answering burning questions, including:
•What technological capabilities have created efficiencies and improved visibility?
•How can you leverage digital to examine networks, consolidate and become more customer-centric?
•What does ROI look like for a digital supply chain?
•How can you ensure continued funding for your digital program?
•How is Robotic Process Automation being used to optimize operations?

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Stephanie David

Managing Director
Accenture

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Michael Jester

Head of Supply Chain Capability, Global Supply Chain & Strategy
AstraZeneca

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Mark Talens

Executive Director, Supply Chain Management, Enterprise Solutions
Merck

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Bharath Sundararaman

Technology Partner & Advisor, Global Manufacturing and Supply (GMS) Digital
Merck KGaA

9:30 am - 9:50 am Driving Advanced Analytics Beyond Supply to Increase Efficiency

Eric Moore, Sr. Director Network Supply Operations,Pfizer, Inc.
Pfizer has been heavily focused on digital supply chain and advanced analytics for some time. The masterminds behind Pfizer’s supply chain analytics are now expanding analytics capabilities beyond the supply perspective and going back to the manufacturing operations for greater overall efficiency. Eric Moore, Senior Director, Network Supply Operations at Pfizer will share insights on this multi-year journey to achieve greater efficiency across the overall network. Eric will share examples of analytics used in various eco systems to monitor the health of operations and offer lessons learned, including:
•How to design analytics to measure the health of operations
•Determining levels that aggregate up for a version of the truth
•Creating a continuous improvement feedback loop to drive efficiency

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Eric Moore

Sr. Director Network Supply Operations
Pfizer, Inc.

9:50 am - 10:30 am Espresso Yourself in the LogiLounge

Meet our exhibitors in the LogiLounge while you enjoy a refreshing cup of coffee. We feel great new connections brewing!

10:30 am - 10:50 am New Science and the Future Workforce: Building a Stronger Link in Your Supply Chain

Mary Rollman, Managing Director,Accenture Carly Guenther, Managing Director,Accenture
#1 challenge creating value with digital supply chain capabilities is inadequate skills within the workforce 
90% of supply chain executives believe the workforce will need to be transformed by automating repetitive tasks
80% will skill their existing talent versus hiring or using third parties
92% think supply chain workforces can seamlessly work and interact with machines

Leaders are turning their supply chains into engines for growth in this exciting time of digital technology and breakthrough science. In order to achieve their business objectives, life sciences supply chain executives from around the globe are evaluating their future workforce.  To succeed, life sciences organizations must reimagine work, pivot their workforce to new growth models and ‘new skill’ their people. Do you have a clear view of the knowledge, skills and mindsets required in this digital era?  Hear more about our revealing research, assess your organization’s readiness to compete and embrace the future of work for a more adaptive, relevant workforce. 

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Mary Rollman

Managing Director
Accenture

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Carly Guenther

Managing Director
Accenture

The internet is likely the most disruptive technological innovation that we’ve benefitted from in our lifetime. However in its earliest days with few users, the internet was a completely different landscape. Standards and adoption have made the internet what it is today and Blockchain has similar potential. As the industry moves from proof of concept to pilots, hear from early adopters across the supply chain about how they’re using Blockchain to advance the supply chain and what it will mean for future business models.
Hear lessons learned and use cases including:
•DSCSA compliance and anti-counterfeiting
•Data decentralization and analytics
•IoT and Blockchain from a cold chain perspective

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Carly Guenther

Managing Director
Accenture

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Matt Sample

Senior Director of Secure Supply Chain
AmerisourceBergen

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Priya Gopal

IT Program Lead
Par Pharmaceutical, An Endo International Company

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Jim Sabogal

Healthcare and Life Sciences Leader
T-Systems

11:25 am - 11:45 am Shaping Connected Healthcare

Scott Allison, President, Life Sciences & Healthcare Sector,DHL
The Life Science & Healthcare industry is undergoing fundamental change. Let’s review the current business transformation journey and how it is SHAPING CONNECTED HEALTHCARE through innovation and new business models. We will deep dive into:
•How are companies facing key market trends such as digitalization, globalization and an always-informed patient? 
•How are companies SHAPING CONNECTED HEALTHCARE through their market approach, channel management, patient centricity, organization and supply chain structures in order to sustain a leadership position in the market? 
•Strategic insights, tangible examples and relevant best practices.

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Scott Allison

President, Life Sciences & Healthcare Sector
DHL

Communication is critical to collaboration, but so many of the ways we communicate traditionally are highly inefficient. Podcasting is a novel and engaging way to spread ideas at scale. Joe Manfredonia, Founder of the Data Labs at Johnson & Johnson is helping employees across the company use podcasting to train and educate in a different way, with 18 podcast series live across the company and representation from 17 countries.  Bharath Sundararaman, Technology Partner & Advisor, Global Manufacturing and Supply (GMS) Digital, Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany is passionate about digital transformation and improving efficiency in the supply chain. Bharath will speak with Joe and Ruben Taborda, Senior Director, Hospital and Distributor Supply Chain Solutions, Johnson & Johnson about how podcasting has improved collaboration and increased efficiency in the supply chain with both internal and external partners. 
Find out how this communication channel is helping to:
•Improve relationships with commercial teams
•Educate the sales force
•Facilitate collaboration both internally and with customers

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Joe Manfredonia

Founder of the Data Labs
Johnson & Johnson

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Ruben Taborda

Senior Director, Hospital and Distributor Supply Chain Solutions
Johnson & Johnson

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Bharath Sundararaman

Technology Partner & Advisor, Global Manufacturing and Supply (GMS) Digital
Merck KGaA

12:15 pm - 1:15 pm Luncheon For All Attendees

Track A: Next Generation Planning and Product Launch

1:15 pm - 1:25 pm Chairperson’s Afternoon Address
Interested in demonstrating thought leadership as a track Chairperson? Contact Ania Domain at 646-200-7511 or ania.domain@wbresearch.com

Track A: Next Generation Planning and Product Launch

1:25 pm - 1:45 pm The Product Launch Playbook, Minimizing Risk, Maximizing Speed and Efficiency
Kaizar Lehri, Director, Supply Chain Operations,Regeneron Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
Successful product launches are a key priority for every company, but does your business have the tightest approach possible? Kaizar Lehri, Director, Supply Chain Operations at Regeneron Pharmaceuticals has crafted a product launch playbook from an operations perspective after many product launches in his roles across the industry. He’s learned how to take a relatively complex project, embed it into the organization and essentially make it a part of the muscle memory of a company. Kaizar will share his step-by-step approach that’s agnostic to company size and molecule type, to help you take risk and variability out of the process, including:
•What teams need to be in place and what information needs to be at hand
•Validation and communications that must be done
•Risk mitigation processes

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Kaizar Lehri

Director, Supply Chain Operations
Regeneron Pharmaceuticals, Inc.

Track B: Advancing Temperature Control and Cold Chain Strategy

1:15 pm - 1:25 pm Chairperson’s Afternoon Address
Richard Ettl, Co-founder and CEO,SkyCell
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Richard Ettl

Co-founder and CEO
SkyCell

Track B: Advancing Temperature Control and Cold Chain Strategy

1:25 pm - 1:45 pm Case Study | Improving Cost and Reliability of Cold Chain in a High Risk Supply Chain
Bill McGillian, Associate Director, SCM, Product Handling and Technology,Merck
In the case of biologics and vaccines, there is often times only one factory that can produce products, which increases supply chain risk. With the rise of biologics pipelines, how is infrastructure adapting to support expanded cold chain channels? How can you reduce reliance on active and get more reliable passive shipments? How can you find new shippers on a global scale that can maintain quality while reducing costs?
Hear lessons learned from one manufacturer who saved money and improved quality including:
•Thorough thermal qualification against worst case temperature profiles
•Monitoring and assessment of lane performance 
•Creative methods to reduce risk such as dual systems and real time temperature monitors
•Reducing deviations and eliminating discards

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Bill McGillian

Associate Director, SCM, Product Handling and Technology
Merck

Track C: Interactive Workshops

1:15 pm - 2:05 pm Building High Performing Teams in Supply Chain (Limited to 20 manufacturers maximum, sign-ups available on the day)
(Limited to 20 manufacturers maximum, sign-ups available on the day)
Dave Malenfant, Director, Center for Supply Chain Innovation,Texas Christian University
Talent management and culture are elements of supply chain that can be disregarded and a high performing team culture is critical to every effective supply chain. For many supply chain leaders looking to implement major change, whether it’s an integration, or implementation, trust becomes a key barrier. How do you identify people to be members of a high performing team? Who makes up a high performing team? How can you build trust among supply chain partners and owners? This workshop will take you through a range of exercises to enhance your talent strategy, address behavioral challenges and build trust among cross functional teams and external partners.
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Dave Malenfant

Director, Center for Supply Chain Innovation
Texas Christian University

Supply Chain Leaders Boardroom

1:15 pm - 1:45 pm Supply Chain Leaders Boardroom (By Invitation Only, limited to 20 manufacturers maximum)
(By Invitation Only, limited to 20 manufacturers maximum)
Kevin Cook, VP Supply Chain North America,Sandoz
The Supply Chain Leaders Boardroom is your opportunity to connect and idea share with Heads of Supply Chain and supply chain leaders. Participation is limited to no more than 20 participants and discussion topics will include:
•Examining the reimbursement landscape and how to shift supply chain strategy to be prepared
•Making the channel more efficient and exploring direct service models
•Developing and building supply chain talent
•Leveraging technology to become more nimble
•Digital supply chain maturity
•Market expansion and product launch in a time of uncertainty

Chairperson: Kevin Cook, Vice President, Supply Chain North America, Sandoz

Interested in a topic not listed? Share your ideas with Event Director, Marissa Alvord, marissa.alvord@wbresearch.com

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Kevin Cook

VP Supply Chain North America
Sandoz

Track A: Next Generation Planning and Product Launch

1:45 pm - 2:05 pm Mastering Your Supply Planning Process to Ensure Quality Assurance and Regulatory Compliance
Tom Strohl, Principal,Oliver Wight
Losing control of the supply plan rears its ugly head in an overloaded master schedule. This loss of control results in plans delivered to the shop floor that are invalid, creating chaos and confusion, which can lead to quality and regulatory compliance problems. Gaining control over your supply chain is the first step to meeting quality and regulatory compliance standards. This session will explore some common pain points that can result in losing control of the supply chain, including people and behaviors, the vicious circle, accountability for meeting targets and balancing cost, cash, service and compliance.
Find out what good business processes look like to gain control of your business, including:
•Integrated Business Planning
•Integrated Planning and Control
•Securing Stability in the Operation
•Taking Your Process to the Next Level
•Driving Towards World Class Performance

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Tom Strohl

Principal
Oliver Wight

Track A: Next Generation Planning and Product Launch

2:05 pm - 2:25 pm Planning, Launch and Digitization Innovation Spotlight Showcase
Over the course of 20-minutes, hear from two innovative companies showcasing the latest in demand planning, S&OP, product launch and digital supply chain solutions during a 10-minute spotlight. To find out more about showcasing your solution, contact Ania Domain at 646.200.7511 or ania.domain@wbresearch.com

Track A: Next Generation Planning and Product Launch

2:25 pm - 3:05 pm Panel Discussion and Live Polling | Evolving Planning and Strengthening Collaboration to Meet Forecasts and Manage Costs
Peter Spiotta, Associate Director, Supply Chain,Otsuka Pharmaceutical Companies Kaizar Lehri, Director, Supply Chain Operations,Regeneron Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
Forecast accuracy continues to be a challenge across the industry. S&OP and planning capabilities are constantly evolving and even more central to the process are strong internal partnerships. What does the planning organization look like as an intelligent enterprise? How are Industry 4.0 and the digital supply chain impacting planning? How can you drive better accountability and accuracy in forecasts? How are business analytics and data science being used in supply chain planning? 
Panelists will discuss how to:
•Work at a higher level with executives in finance, sales and marketing to drive forecasts and stocking strategy 
•Best interface between commercial and supply planning
•Utilize the latest approaches in S&OP, IBP and emerging technologies, including machine learning

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Peter Spiotta

Associate Director, Supply Chain
Otsuka Pharmaceutical Companies

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Kaizar Lehri

Director, Supply Chain Operations
Regeneron Pharmaceuticals, Inc.

Track B: Advancing Temperature Control and Cold Chain Strategy

1:45 pm - 2:05 pm Go Green and Save: How to Implement Sustainable Solutions and Reduce Your Costs
Ben Vanderplas, Global Product Manager,Sonoco Thermosafe
Through real-world case studies learn how others have improved the sustainability of their temperature controlled supply chain while driving out costs.  This often times includes a combination of service, network, and package but without all three, successful implementation can be a challenge.  Learn how your supply chain can benefit from a more sustainable approach.  
Thoughts to consider:
•One-way versus Return-Reuse – Sustainable options exist for both
•Parcel or Pallet - Reclaim, Recycle and/or Refurbish, and Reuse
•How do you define reusable? – Create opportunity by changing the paradigm

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Ben Vanderplas

Global Product Manager
Sonoco Thermosafe

Track B: Advancing Temperature Control and Cold Chain Strategy

2:05 pm - 2:25 pm Journey Towards a Smarter Cold Chain
Luca F. Bertuccelli, Ph.D., Chief Technology Officer, Smart Cold Chain,Sensitech
Smarter cold chains are designed to be more connected, intelligent, and sustainable.  Over the past few years, many new technologies have come to the market within the supply chain space, and are now beginning to see different stages of adoption that can help us achieve these goals.  We will review some recent technology developments and present some relevant use cases.   In this presentation we will be discussing:
•Attributes of a smart cold chain
•Some key advances around some relevant technologies
•Relevant use cases
•Some open challenges to consider

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Luca F. Bertuccelli

Ph.D., Chief Technology Officer, Smart Cold Chain
Sensitech

Similar to the roundtable discussions, select two topics to have 20-minute back-to-back conversations with your peers to gain new solutions to temperature control challenges you’re facing.

1.Maintaining Integrity of the Cold Chain, Including Logging and Monitoring
Ed Ram, Senior Director, Supply Chain, Sagent Pharmaceuticals

2.Avoiding Temperature Control Excursions in Unpredictable Environments & Extreme Temperatures
Kevin Hickman, Manager, Supply Chain Distribution, Gilead Sciences

3.The Role of Sustainability and Environmental Factors in Cold Chain Strategy, Including Re-Use
Thomas Scalone, Director, North America Logistics Operations, Celgene 

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Ed Ram

Senior Supply Chain Director
Sagent Pharmaceuticals

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Kevin Hickman

Manager, Supply Chain Distribution
Gilead Sciences

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Tom Scalone

Director, North America Logistics Operations
Celgene

Track C: Interactive Workshops

2:05 pm - 3:05 pm (2:05 Start) Building a Blueprint for Digital Supply Chain, the Journey Starts Here
Bharath Sundararaman, Technology Partner & Advisor, Global Manufacturing and Supply (GMS) Digital,Merck KGaA
Most understand the benefits of a digital supply chain, but without the right execution, it won’t be successful. How do you actually get it started? What does a roadmap for digital look like and who is it for? Few are advanced on the digital supply chain maturity curve, but one expert with an advanced global digital program is passionate about empowering others to leverage these capabilities for long-term benefit. Find out the building blocks to help you get started, including: where to get budget, how to build a team, how to measure ROI, what an execution strategy and governance looks like and how to turn digital into a competitive advantage versus a cost center. 
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Bharath Sundararaman

Technology Partner & Advisor, Global Manufacturing and Supply (GMS) Digital
Merck KGaA

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Supply Chain Leaders Boardroom

1:45 pm - 3:05 pm Supply Chain Leaders Boardroom
Kevin Cook, VP Supply Chain North America,Sandoz
The Supply Chain Leaders Boardroom is your opportunity to connect and idea share with Heads of Supply Chain and supply chain leaders. Participation is limited to no more than 20 participants and discussion topics will include:
•Examining the reimbursement landscape and how to shift supply chain strategy to be prepared
•Making the channel more efficient and exploring direct service models
•Developing and building supply chain talent
•Leveraging technology to become more nimble
•Digital supply chain maturity
•Market expansion and product launch in a time of uncertainty

Chairperson: Kevin Cook, Vice President, Supply Chain North America, Sandoz

Interested in a topic not listed? Share your ideas with Event Director, Marissa Alvord, marissa.alvord@wbresearch.com

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Kevin Cook

VP Supply Chain North America
Sandoz

3:05 pm - 3:45 pm Tastycake break in the LogiLounge

Enjoy an afternoon pick-me-up in the LogiLounge. Meet your peers, share key learnings from the day and review the latest offerings to advance your supply chain.

Panel Discussion and Live Polling

3:45 pm - 4:20 pm Panel Discussion and Live Polling | Aligning with Partners to Meet the Next Wave of DSCSA Deadlines, Lessons Learned from 2018 Readiness
Brandon Chamberlin, Management Consulting Senior Manager,Accenture Julio Feliciano, Vice President, Head of Regional SC, Americas,Bayer Carl Accettura, Vice President, General Manager,Pharmorx Therapeutics Inc. Dave Mason, Global Program Serialization Lead,Sandoz
For most of the industry, phase 1 for serialization is complete, but there is a complex journey ahead for third parties. How are you working with CMOs and outsourced partners to ensure they have repositories to store information? How can you avoid a slow down to operations? How can you avoid potential supply gaps and shortages once the work commences?  How much do you need to invest and how do you manage it going forward? How can you use re-packagers as insurance?
Hear how supply chain leaders are actively working to meet 2019 and 2023 DSCSA deadlines, including:
•Building out tools and capabilities to pass information to downstream partners
•Getting alignment of timelines and interpretation of laws
•Planning to adapt to different scenarios when working with CMOs and 3PLs
•Managing serialization uncertainty beyond the US and Europe

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Brandon Chamberlin

Management Consulting Senior Manager
Accenture

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Julio Feliciano

Vice President, Head of Regional SC, Americas
Bayer

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Carl Accettura

Vice President, General Manager
Pharmorx Therapeutics Inc.

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Dave Mason

Global Program Serialization Lead
Sandoz

Biotech and Small to Mid-Size Manufacturer Congress Part 1

3:45 pm - 4:20 pm Getting Talent Right, Securing Buy in and Budget from Senior Leadership (Limited to 15 supply chain practitioners from biotech and small to mid sized manufacturers only)
(Limited to 15 supply chain practitioners from biotech and small to mid sized manufacturers only)
Joseph Berry, Director, Supply Chain Operations,Amicus Therapeutics Jason Cameron, Vice President, Global Supply Chain,Amicus Therapeutics
How do you go from wearing several hats as the sole or primary supply chain owner to scaling up a team down the line? This can be one of the most challenging growing pains in a smaller company, this session will provide you with a clear outline to help you develop your supply chain organization. 
Find out how to:
•Shift away from generalist to specialist roles
•Justify to management the roles you need and the case to build the team
•Link clinical advancement to product launch and business growth to demonstrate ROI

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Joseph Berry

Director, Supply Chain Operations
Amicus Therapeutics

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Jason Cameron

Vice President, Global Supply Chain
Amicus Therapeutics

4:20 pm - 4:30 pm Different Models of Acquisition for Reusable Temperature Controlled Shippers: Dedicated versus Transactional Rental Units

Kevin Lawler, Vice President, Worldwide Sales,Pelican BioThermal
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Kevin Lawler

Vice President, Worldwide Sales
Pelican BioThermal

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Biotech and Small to Mid-Size Manufacturer Congress Part 1

4:20 pm - 4:30 pm Getting Talent Right, Securing Buy in and Budget from Senior Leadership (Limited to 15 supply chain practitioners from biotech and small to mid sized manufacturers only)
(Limited to 15 supply chain practitioners from biotech and small to mid sized manufacturers only)
Joseph Berry, Director, Supply Chain Operations,Amicus Therapeutics Jason Cameron, Vice President, Global Supply Chain,Amicus Therapeutics
How do you go from wearing several hats as the sole or primary supply chain owner to scaling up a team down the line? This can be one of the most challenging growing pains in a smaller company, this session will provide you with a clear outline to help you develop your supply chain organization.
Find out how to:
·         Shift away from generalist to specialist roles
·         Justify to management the roles you need and the case to build the team
·         Link clinical advancement to product launch and business growth to demonstrate ROI
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Joseph Berry

Director, Supply Chain Operations
Amicus Therapeutics

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Jason Cameron

Vice President, Global Supply Chain
Amicus Therapeutics

Since the morning was jam-packed with detailed presentations and thought-provoking panel discussions, here’s your opportunity to be part of the discussion! You pick which roundtables to partake in – choose the ones relevant to your most pressing initiatives and send your teammates to others to cover full ground. Each Roundtable discussion lasts 30 minutes – choose 2!

#1 Disrupt to Deliver New Patient Value: Ride the Life Sciences Tsunami and Harness it with an Intelligent Supply Chain
Carly Guenther, Managing Director, Accenture
Brad Pawlowski, Managing Director, Accenture

#2 Best Practices for Supply Partner Collaboration:  Material Forecast, Procurement, and Quality Scenarios
Brooke Williams, Director, Supply Chain Business Network, SAP Ariba

#3 Overcoming Reclamation and Reuse Challenges in Temperature Controlled Supply Chain
Vishal Khushalani, Director, Global Marketing and Business Development, Sonoco Thermosafe

#4 Facing the Challenge of Transporting Pharma to Latin America
Rodolfo Marré, Product Development Senior Manager, LATAM Cargo

#5 Best Practices to Manage Data Integrity as FDA Inspections Become More Rigorous

#6 Integrating Clinical and Commercial Supply Chains

#7 Product Phase in and Phase Out, Balancing Risks in Approvals and Non-Approvals 

#8 Securing an Increasingly Connected Supply Chain from Cybersecurity Threats

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Carly Guenther

Managing Director
Accenture

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Brad Pawlowski

Managing Director, Life Sciences Supply Chain
Accenture

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Brooke Williams

Director, Supply Chain Business Network
SAP Ariba

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Vishal Khushalani

Director, Global Marketing and Business Development
Sonoco Thermosafe

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Rodolfo Marré

Product Development Senior Manager
LATAM Cargo

5:35 pm - 5:55 pm Driving Transformation and Systems Integration to Gain End-to-End Visibility

Priya Durvasula, Head of IT, Global Quality,Bristol-Myers Squibb
Supply chain visibility is too often hindered by systems that fail to communicate with one another and new capabilities are rapidly coming to market. The latest digital capabilities have great promise to provide greater visibility and improve forecasting, but how are organizations selecting technologies to onboard to support visibility? What is needed from a systems integration perspective to aid the flow of data and improve visibility?
Find out how to:
•Facilitate the collection of information from third parties
•Partner with IT to get systems to extract and analyze data
•Build integration visibility tools into the supply chain

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Priya Durvasula

Head of IT, Global Quality
Bristol-Myers Squibb

5:55 pm - 7:00 pm Sliders & Beer Super Bowl Bash Reception

After a full day of interactive sessions, panels and roundtables, join us at our burgers and beer reception in the LogiLounge. Enjoy delicious bites and take a trip around the exhibit hall with a beer or cocktail or two! Reconnect with old colleagues and network with your peers as we celebrate the first night of LogiPharma!

7:00 pm - 7:00 pm End Of Main Day One