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Preparing for Global Track & Trace Regulations: Unbiased, Real-World Solutions Vendors Don’t Want You to Know
Over the next 10 years, more than 150 countries worldwide will require pharma track and trace regulations.
Track and trace expert Bill Fletcher of Pharma Logic Solutions tackles the numerous issues and misconceptions surrounding new track and trace requirements .
Bill has the kind of experience you'll really want to tap into. He's implemented 23 track and trace solutions internationally and is currently working on implementations 24 and 25.
He’s done them successfully — and independently. Bill’s not affiliated with any hardware or software company; he's vendor agnostic.
His philosophy is this: With careful planning, you should only have to design your track and trace system once to successfully comply with current — and future — global regulations. You shouldn't have to incur additional expenses when other countries announce their versions of the regulation.
If you're concerned about the new requirements for 150+ countries — and who isn't? — you won't want to miss out on this opportunity to get detailed input from this acknowledged expert. In just 90 minutes, you will:
Developing a global track and trace solution is likely to be one of your most significant IT and strategic challenges over the next 10 years. You want to get it right — the first time.
Make a small investment that will yield huge returns. Order the webinar CD and transcript set Preparing for Global Track & Trace Regulations: Unbiased, Real-World Solutions Vendors Don’t Want You to Know.
William (“Bill”) Fletcher is the Managing Partner at Pharma Logic Solutions, LLC. His background spans over 32 years in pharmaceutical, supply chain software and healthcare systems, and he currently focuses on pharmaceutical serialization, track and trace and anti-counterfeiting for both commercial and clinical goods.
Bill has developed serialization and e-Pedigree strategy, requirements, vendor selection and project planning for multiple companies. In May 2014 he completed his 23rd serialization and traceability project for global life sciences companies, including multiple top 20 pharmaceutical manufacturers.
He is currently under retainer agreements with multiple leading life sciences companies to provide subject matter expertise for complying with global regulatory traceability, serialization requirements and planning the deployment of related technical solutions.
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