Media Center (2019)
Internet-of-Things Case Study - Large U.S. Biopharmaceutical Company Transforms Track-and-Trace for Life Saving Blood Plasma
Counterfeit prescriptions not only effects big pharma, it can potential impact anyone of us. It has become a 30-billion-dollar black market that is estimated to impact 700,000 lives a year. New regulations such as the Drug Supply Chain Security Act (DSCSA) are now in place to increase the security and integrity of America’s prescription drug supply chain. By 2023, we should have complete visibility of a product’s chain of custody. We will be able to instantly confirm a drug’s authenticity at the moment a product is being dispensed. As the pharmaceutical supply chain continues to grow and size and complexity, we have an obligation to address the lack of visibility of products from raw material to dispensing. Today, IoT is top-of-mind for executives everywhere who realize the potential it has to unlock hidden opportunities in their business and beyond. See how a global Biopharmaceutical company has adopted cutting edge IoT technology to track life saving blood plasma. Click image to the left to download your copy!
Understanding the 3Rs of Robotic Piece-Picking
Perhaps it started when Amazon turned tens of thousands of Kiva Systems mobile robots loose in fulfillment centers around the world. Or maybe it was triggered by crazy fast Graphics Processing Units (GPUs) from Nvidia and others, powering new products and systems based on Virtual Reality and Machine Learning. Some might say it’s vision systems using the latest RGB-D cameras, such as Intel® RealSense™, that have energized developers of perception-based systems. Or maybe the driver has been the dramatic decade-long cost decline for robotic arms. Lower costs, both for collaborative cobots and industrial arms, have enabled robotic arms to reach well beyond automotive production lines. And still others might raise a hand and argue that it’s all about bioinspired robotic grippers, using sensing with compliant fingers. For our part, we believe that all these trends are important indicators of what is quickly becoming the era of robotic piece-picking. If you’re not yet excited about robotic piece-picking and how it can benefit your intralogistics operations, you should be. More important than any one technological breakthrough, the excitement stems from innovations in marrying several elements to create holistic solutions that streamline and simplify how you fulfill customer orders. With e-commerce and click and collect retail experiencing double-digit growth and labor pools for warehouse jobs shrinking, the emergence of robotic piece-picking is happening just in time to bridge a crucial gap.
Key Strategies for Global Trade Management in the Life Sciences Industry
Click the image to the left to download your copy! Covering the best practices gathered in KPIT's global trade compliance roundtable session at PharmaForce 2016, this report will show you the challenges your peers are encountering, as well as how they are optimizing their global logistics strategies.
Achieving 360-Degree Pharmaceutical Supply Chain Visibility
As developing economies become a greater part of the global supply chain, stronger risk management that gives a 360 view into the suppliers of your suppliers is now a prerequisite. In the latest report from LogiPharma, partnered with BSI, you'll discover keys to an efficient and fully vetted supply chain. Click the image to the left to claim your copy!
7 Steps to Building State-of-The-Art Delivery Operations
For better or worse, the market for delivering goods and services has undergone drastic changes over the past few years. These days, customers expect seamless experiences with fast deliveries that arrive at the time and place they find most convenient. This shift happened as Amazon has come to dominate the online retail market through rapid growth and cutting-edge innovations. Their level of logistical excellence has changed the rules of the game in terms of both operational efficiency and customer experience. To remain relevant, every company that has goods that need to be delivered, either directly or indirectly, must evolve by becoming fully agile across their entire delivery ecosystem. Companies include retailers of all types, as well as their logistics service providers including post & parcel companies, 3PLs, 4PLs and shipping companies. This white paper will go into detail regarding the best practices that companies need to adopt in order to establish a clear competitive edge for themselves by building cutting-edge delivery operations.
Examining the Patient-Centric Supply Chain and Best Practices for Lean Health Care Fulfillment
When it comes to the goals of health care logistics, it's all about patient outcomes. In the latest research report from LogiPharma and KPIT, you'll learn how to manage a shift that brings your logistics operations into the new patient-centric supply chain paradigm, and the best practices that will optimize your business. Click image to the left to download your copy!
Future Trends to Ensure End-to-End Supply Chain Visibility
Are you prepared for the future of biopharma supply chain? In this report, you'll learn the key trends, challenges, and solutions in supply chain management for life sciences to date. Download now to get the answers you need to ensure a successful supply chain strategy for your company!
Hospital Inventory Management
In this exclusive presentation from Logipharma, Chris Tucker, Director, Bar Code Resource Office for the VHA Office of Informatics & Analytics, looks at quality assurance in the hospital internal supply chain. Tucker closely examines the implementation of serialization from the hospital's perspective and shares best practices for hospital inventory management and implementing better tracking technologies. Click on the image at left to download the exclusive PDF and share it around the office or use it as the basis of your next meeting.
Materials Management in Healthcare
Click on the image to Download the Exclusive Presentation In this exclusive presentation from Logipharma, Chris Tucker,Director, Bar Code Resource Office for the VHA Office of Informatics & Analytics, looks at quality assurance in the hospital internal supply chain. Tucker closely examines the implementation of serialization from the hospital's perspective and shares best practices for materials management in healthcare and implementing better tracking technologies. Click on the image at left to download the exclusive PDF and share it around the office or use it as the basis of your next meeting.
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