Future-Proofing your Clinical Trial Supply Chain
Are your current packaging and labeling processes preventing you from creating a faster, more flexible supply chain?
Are you struggling to implement an on-demand packaging model, which still meets country-specific regulatory and language labeling requirements?
Join Jason James, Senior Manager, Labelling and Innovation, Bristol-Myers Squibb and Vince Postill, SVP Global Product & Business Development, PRISYM ID on Oct. 12, 2016 4PM GMT / 11AM EDT when they will discuss the current and emerging demands on clinical trial supply, and how to design a supply chain that is fit for future challenges.
By attending this 60-minute webinar, you will:
- Understand the emerging challenges for the clinical trial supply
- Learn how the latest technologies may help
- See some key components for a future-proofed supply chain model
Who will benefit:
- Clinical supply professionals
- Clinical Research & Development professionals
- Clinical Trial operations personnel
- Project managers involved in clinical trials
- Clinical Trial Regulatory and Quality professionals
Jason James has been running the clinical trial label production and assembled operations at Bristol-Myers Squibb UK since 2001. Jason has also been involved in the project management of trials at the BMS Moreton site from initial demand to final dispatch.
During his time at Bristol-Myers Squibb Jason has been a member of the team that have implemented SAP and Label creation software globally. Recently Jason has been an active member of the ISPE elabelling and Pictogram teams and is also a member of one of the TransCelerate elabelling teams.
Prior to this Jason worked for Unival (later to become PCI then Cardinal and now Catalent) and was involved in the project management of clinical trials production for a number of large Pharma
Vince Postill heads up the Global Product & Business Development at PRISYM ID.Vince has worked within the Life Sciences Sector for over 12 years. Over the past 5 years he has worked extensively within the packaging, labeling and printing area of Clinical Trials. In this area Vince has been fortunate enough to work with some of the leading Clinical Trials Companies and developing products and solutions to improve their process and technology used in the supply chain.
Vince is also focussed on both developing the PRISYM ID software solutions to meet current and future requirements in Clinical Trials and Medical Devices and to building strategic relationships with key partners.