Monthly Archives: June 2015

My June column has just been posted with Pharma IQ. To read it please click here:

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Things we wish we had known before starting a serialisation program or project – Tip 3: The supply base is overstretched

  For many years, there has been a great deal of uncertainty in the implementation timing of certain legislation requirements, and legislators have often delayed deadlines. This has had a knock-on effect on the solution providers. Understandably, they have been … Continue reading

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Things we wish we had known before starting a serialisation program or project – Tip 2: The technology is still relatively immature

  Understandably, in the early days of serialisation in the pharmaceutical industry, the late 2000’s, the technology available and the supply base providing it were, by and large, rela­tively immature. In the intervening years, whilst a significant amount of serialisation … Continue reading

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Leaders in Labeling Lunch & Learn Webinar

Next June 18th, I will be speaking at the lunch & learn event Strategies for Pursuing Labeling & Artwork Excellence. I would love to have you join our session. Please click on the image below to register for this event. … Continue reading

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Things we wish we had known before starting a serialisation program or project – Tip 1: Executives need to understand that serialisation will halt sales if implemented poorly

Serialisation is a cross-functional, and in many cases in a typical pharmaceutical company, cross-organisation endeavour, requiring all parties involved to play their part in a coordinat­ed and timely manner. To achieve this in any organization, it is typically necessary to … Continue reading

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