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Building Better Logistics

Adopting real-time environmental conditions monitoring in the clinical trial supply chain is becoming increasingly straightforward, with technological development offering smaller, more affordable solutions with better connection options. However, merely discussing features or pricing does not in itself help with answering why this kind of technology would be important to fulfil specific operational needs. Looking beyond technology features and considering instead the drivers and benefits of digitalising monitoring activities in the logistics chain is imperative.

Let’s begin by looking at some of the drivers behind why real-time monitoring should be implemented to logistics operations, so a shared understanding on why the matter is being discussed in the first place can be gained. These drivers can be divided roughly into three categories of operational efficiency, regulatory demands, and technological developments, which all affect each other in myriad ways.

Need to Exceed

Arguably, beginning with operational efficiency is easiest because organisations have the most intimate experience with this. Multiple stakeholders, even within a single company, are constantly looking to develop improved processes for quality management, more efficient operations, cost savings, or other such purposes.

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Dirk Wilke has worked in several industries before moving to supply chain and logistics 16 years ago. Before joining Sensire as Sales Director for Europe, Dirk worked in a number of roles in the field across Europe for multiple companies.
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