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Digitising the Chain

The pharmaceutical and medical supplies sector, like every other, has changed almost beyond recognition in the past decade, thanks to the development and availability of data-driven systems. For example, artificial intelligence is widely seen as the next frontier in R&D, helping to speed up clinical trials, improve their validity, and get drugs to market sooner.

Production, warehousing, and distribution have undergone a similar transition, with automation and data insights increasingly being used to speed up processes and improve traceability and compliance. Digital processes now impact every aspect of the modern supply chain, from Tier 1 drugs manufacturers to smallmedium enterprises supplying sterile packaging or components.

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Agile systems enable pharma companies to meet the requirements and challenges of a rapidly evolving sector. The availability of real-time data means production managers can make better informed decisions, moving from merely reporting what is happening on the shop floor to driving positive action. Its application is akin to researchers conducting clinical trials using data from multiple sources, such as wearable technology, rather than relying on limited and/or historic results to deliver more rigorous results faster.

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Rod Schregardus is a Consultant Manager at pharma software expert, Access Group. Specialising in global new business for Access’ advanced planning and scheduling software, Access Orchestrate, Rod boasts over 20 years in the manufacturing industry and works with pharma companies across the world.
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