Monthly Archives: September 2015

Things we wish we had known before starting a serialisation program or project – Tip 12: Get an end-to-end solution working early

The end-to-end serialisation solution in any organisation is complex and holds a myriad of opportunities for individual solution elements to not work as planned, interfaces to fail and other things to go wrong. In our experience, organisations benefit a great … Continue reading

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Things we wish we had known before starting a serialisation program or project – Tip 11: Involve local country teams and management early

  In many cases, particularly in track and trace serialisation models, local country teams will have to work with the local supply chain and local suppliers to ensure that robust local elĀ­ements of the overall serialisation solution are implemented. This … Continue reading

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Things we wish we had known before starting a serialisation program or project – Tip 10: Ensure you understand the evolution of serialisation legislation and instruct the organisation accordingly

  Serialisation legislation can be somewhat vague, incomplete and sometimes contradictory, with individual pieces of legislation often evolving over a long period of time. Interpreting the legislation as it evolves and predicting its impacts can present significant challenges. We have … Continue reading

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Things we wish we had known before starting a serialisation program or project – Tip 9: Put a capable, dynamic and motivated leader on the problem

Serialisation is clearly a complex and evolving topic that touches many parts of an organiĀ­sation. With the challenges facing the leadership that is charged with implementing such capabilities, they need to have a broad range of skills, the drive and … Continue reading

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