In these uncertain times, everyone from manufacturers to patients needs to think about the safety and security of pharmaceutical products. As the pharmaceutical industry continues to adapt to the new challenges and increasing demand for transparency, companies must also equip themselves with the tools to meet expectations while maximizing operational efficiency.
In this exclusive webinar, Optel’s experts will explore the issues surrounding efficiency and security in the pharmaceutical supply chain and propose solutions to ensure both.
Optel has developed two exceptional and complementary tools as part of their modular and scalable Intelligent Supply Chain® platform, which has been carefully built to provide full transparency along every step of the supply chain. Both will be presented during the webinar.
The first is Verify Platform, a powerful software program designed to increase efficiency and security at the manufacturing, distribution and healthcare levels of the supply chain. The second is the Production Efficiency Tool, designed to optimize manufacturing operations.
Together, these tools offer a wealth of benefits, including the ability to:
- Manage serial numbers (UIDs)
- Optimize production performance
- Manage inventory
- Manage product expiration
- Reduce waste
- Reduce time to market
- Achieve full reconciliation
- Guarantee quality
- Leverage smart sensors
- Obtain alerts
- Obtain best performance from machinery
- Increase production
- Reduce machinery costs
- Identify areas for improvement
- Increase energy efficiency
- Keep track of shipping operations
- Gain visibility over the distribution flow
- Optimize dwell times
- Improve inventory management and operations
- Validate product authenticity
- Ensure safety
- Protect the brand
- Facilitate recalls
Join this webinar on Wednesday, December 2, 2021 @ 11am – 12pm EST to discuss these and other topics related to the efficiency and security of the pharmaceutical supply chain.
Guillaume Frapsauce, Account Director, OPTEL GROUP
A project and sales engineer for the past 10 years, Guillaume Frapsauce joined OPTEL five years ago to help manufacturers secure their supply chains by implementing track-and-trace solutions. Frapsauce uses his expertise to help clients define their main challenges and provides them with a number of services, including solutions specifically adapted to their needs, securing and monitoring clients’ supply chains without compromising production rates and flexibility, as well as deploying next-generation tools to create more intelligent supply chains, such as data collection, analysis and artificial intelligence. Frapsauce holds a Master of Science degree in automatism, control systems, modelling and simulation from Cranfield University.Message Presenter
Frédéric Bertiaux, Solution Designer, OPTEL GROUP
Frédéric Bertiaux joined OPTEL four years ago as a software solution designer, helping connect L2, L3 and L4 systems together to meet regulatory requirements and optimize performance. Bertiaux’s expertise in both IT architecture and track-and-trace solutions has enabled customers to fulfill their serialization requirements and overcome the challenges inherent in the integration of various systems and partners. He has applied this experience to his new role as an IT sales solution specialist, providing guidance on the possibilities OPTEL offers to its partners.Message Presenter
Chad Owens, Director of Technology – Digitization Solutions, OPTEL GROUP
As the director of technology for digitization solutions, Chad Owens is responsible for defining the technology development strategy for OPTEL’s portfolio of hardware, vision, Internet of Things and embedded software products. He works with industry, territory and other technology leaders to deliver OPTEL’s Intelligent Supply Chain^®^ solutions. Before joining OPTEL, Owens spent the first 15 years of his career as an automation engineer in the pharmaceutical industry. He is skilled in U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) policy, manufacturing, process engineering and continuous improvement.Message Presenter
Who Should Attend?
CEOs, COOs, and VPs/Directors of:
- Quality Control
- Site Operations
- Supply Chain
What You Will Learn
- How to optimize manufacturing operations
- How best to secure the pharmaceutical supply chain
- Increase supply chain visibility over every detail of a product’s life cycle
- Identify points of weakness in supply chains
Founded in 1989, OPTEL is now a multinational, leading global provider of traceability systems practicing responsible human capitalism. The company’s mission is to use its innovative technologies to help create a better world. Namely, its renowned solutions ensure the quality of consumer health products and help stop counterfeiting of pharmaceuticals and medical devices throughout the world. In addition, OPTEL is adapting its technologies to create efficiencies in various other sectors ─ from health-related industries to smart manufacturing and more, all can benefit from global traceability. Through advanced characterization and cutting-edge algorithms ─ now all connected through the Internet of Things ─ OPTEL’s expert traceability solutions will allow diverse industries to measure, inspect, control and track a wide range of elements to improve product quality and make better use of resources. Based in Canada with additional facilities in the U.S., Ireland, India, and Brazil, as well as employees worldwide, OPTEL has expanded significantly in the past few years in order to meet growing industry needs and to support its humanitarian values. OPTEL is also a Certified B Corporation.