LONDON, May 4, 2017 /PRNewswire/ --
After months of research on over 50 leaders in this industry, it is evident that operational efficiency, risk management, SAP integration and software development and patient safety are all the focal points for serialisation experts. Simply put, medication now needs full compliance to be demonstrated. To characterise this as only an engineering or logistical challenge grossly underestimates the significance of serialisation in the supply chain.
Following on from the success of the Pharamceutical Serialisation and Traceability Summit, Pharma IQ have launched the Traceability in Operation Summit, for those in the more mature stages looking to strategise on the development of their Track and Trace processes. Ahead of the Summit, Pharma IQ commissioned a survey on serialisation professionals. The results provided interesting insights that will help drive thought provoking discussions at this year's event
With exclusive sessions led by UCB, Blue Sphere Health, Amgen, Arena Pharmaceuticals, GS1, and more to explore strategies to enhance traceability processes and ensure supply chain and production cycles are as efficient as possible.
Co located with the 7th Annual Pharmaceutical Packaging & Labelling, this summit will make for an exceptionally informative and valuable event. With access to both conferences, for the price of 1, the case studies, discussions and unique networking opportunities are not to be missed.
The Traceability in Operation Summit will be taking place in Zurich on the 20 - 21 June 2017. Find the full programme and registration details on traceability.iqpc.co.uk, call +44(0)207-036-1300 or email email@example.com