LogiPharma 2019

09 - 11 April, 2019

2m2c Montreux Music & Convention Center | Switzerland

+44 207 368 9465

2018 Media Center

How to use serialisation data to optimise your key supply chain business decisions: Data analytics and visualisation

How to use serialisation data to optimise your key supply chain business decisions: Data analytics and visualisation

Compliance is a must, but why stop there when you can get more out of your data? Serialisation presents a unique opportunity to collect smart supply chain insights. Verify Brand’s solution architect, Scott Pugh, discusses how to optimise key supply chain business decisions through the use of serialisation data in adding value past the point of compliance, through his use of real life case studies to demonstrate.
Industry 4.0 and the Internet of Things - Exploring the impact of the ‘manufacturing revolution’ on the supply chain and how can you best prepare your strategy

Industry 4.0 and the Internet of Things - Exploring the impact of the ‘manufacturing revolution’ on the supply chain and how can you best prepare your strategy

This panel presentation, led by Kristian Kinscher an Associate Partner at McKinsey, looks at Supply Chain 4.0 and to what extent digitalisation within the supply chain industry has evolved modern practices. This panel looks at the where should a company should prioritise investment in digitalisation, whilst looking at data security and the regulatory restrictions surrounding digitalisation.
Customer feedback and advice – What do you need to change in your supply chain to impress, surprise and delight healthcare providers, pharmacists and patients with a truly outstanding service

Customer feedback and advice – What do you need to change in your supply chain to impress, surprise and delight healthcare providers, pharmacists and patients with a truly outstanding service

Led by Jim McKiernan from Celgene, this customer focused panel looks at the best ways to gain feedback from patients, in trying to understand what their patients priorities are, as well as looking at how to improve services and delivery for healthcare providers now and in the future.
Implementing data analytics end-to-end and across all stakeholders in your supply chain is the only way to achieve ultimate agility and meet the changing needs of your business:

Implementing data analytics end-to-end and across all stakeholders in your supply chain is the only way to achieve ultimate agility and meet the changing needs of your business:

Simon Orchard (Pfizer) and Philippe Caroff (Norgine) debate the statement that the use of data analytics across the whole value chain is the only way to stay flexible and agile to need business needs in today’s world. Moderated by Paolo Rosanna from DHL Supply Chain.
How to empower your supply chain team to achieve end-to-end integration with your commercial, R&D and manufacturing teams and truly engage your stakeholders to meet the needs of your customers:

How to empower your supply chain team to achieve end-to-end integration with your commercial, R&D and manufacturing teams and truly engage your stakeholders to meet the needs of your customers:

This keynote panel discussion looks at to what extent can you ‘blur the lines’ between your clinical and commercial supply chain to increase the speed of your products to market, whilst looking at main case-examples of how data sharing between commercial and supply chain teams can best predict and meet consumer demand.
How to implement Demand Driven Supply Chain Management Transformation to meet the needs of your customers and exceed their expectations: Lessons learned from the electronics industry

How to implement Demand Driven Supply Chain Management Transformation to meet the needs of your customers and exceed their expectations: Lessons learned from the electronics industry

With over 20 years of senior and international supply chain management, Caroline Mondon and Simon Eagle lead this presentation by using case study examples in how they have met and exceeded their customers needs and expectations by using demand driven supply chain management.
End-to-end open data sharing between pharma, customers and service providers is possible in the pharma industry

End-to-end open data sharing between pharma, customers and service providers is possible in the pharma industry

OXFORD STYLE DEBATE End-to-end open data sharing between pharma, customers and service providers is possible in the pharma industry - FOR & AGAINST MODERATOR: Emre Göllü, Senior Supply Chain Manager, Turkey & MEA Region, UCB Pharma FOR: Frank Binder, VP, Global Head of Supply Chain Management, Santen AGAINST: Shaun West, Lecturer Business Engineering, Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts, Lucerne University