TraceLink Discusses Supply, Capacity and Quality in Virtual Pharmaceutical Supply Chain at BSMA Bio Supply Chain Academy Conference

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Shabbir Dahod, President and CEO of TraceLink Inc., will be speaking about today’s virtual Life Sciences supply network at the 4th Annual BSMA Bio Supply Chain Academy Conference in Foster City CA on Nov. 7-8. Mr. Dahod will examine how pharmaceutical business leaders can ensure supply, capacity and quality while improving core manufacturing KPIs by building an integrated, collaborative business network.

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TraceLink, Inc., developer of the TraceLink Network, the world’s first industry-wide supply collaboration network, today announced that the company’s President and CEO Shabbir Dahod will be speaking about today’s virtual Life Sciences supply network at the 4th Annual BSMA Bio Supply Chain Academy Conference in Foster City CA on Nov. 7-8. Mr. Dahod will examine how pharmaceutical business leaders can ensure supply, capacity and quality while improving core manufacturing KPIs by building an integrated, collaborative business network.

At the conference, Mr. Dahod will be presenting a session titled “Ensuring Supply, Capacity and Quality in the Virtual Pharmaceutical Supply Chain” on Nov. 7th. This presentation will combine real-world examples with recent research on supply network collaboration to explore:

  •     Factors driving the shift from a vertical business model to a virtual execution model
  •     Virtual supply network architectures for clinical trial and commercial drug production
  •     Business issues and operational challenges created as production is outsourced
  •     Core capabilities needed to ensure visibility, accountability and control of outsourced product and external supply relationships
  •     Needs of the CMO and CPO in the pharmaceutical contract manufacturing relationship
  •     Opportunities to drive joint business value in a collaborative supply network

“The industry shift towards a virtual execution model puts great pressure on supply chain, IT and quality leaders to monitor, manage and control a global supply chain made up of tens to thousands of interconnected business relationships and users,” said Dahod. “Addressing key issues such as drug shortages in such a complex supply environment requires a new operating model based on close collaboration with supply and trade partners. I’m honored to be speaking on this important topic at one of the leading events bringing together life science business leaders.”

To learn more about TraceLink’s solutions for integrating the supply network, improving production visibility, increasing control and efficiency in the pharmaceutical quality review process and ensuring pharmaceutical serialization and traceability compliance, visit http://www.tracelink.com.

About TraceLink:
TraceLink helps companies and business leaders across the Life Sciences supply chain connect and collaborate to improve manufacturing and supply chain performance through the TraceLink Network. The TraceLink Network is a Cloud-based platform that prevents counterfeits, detects diversion, minimizes inventory, reduces cycle-time and ensures on-time delivery for all members of the supply chain by integrating its participants into a network of interoperable, collaborative business processes shared across companies. Pharmaceutical / biopharmaceutical companies and their supply chain partners quickly forge high-value partnerships by connecting with an “integrate-once, interoperate with everyone” transaction platform, an integrated set of shared business modules and a collaborative team workspace based on social networking principles that puts key and actionable supply network data into the hands of business owners.

TraceLink is funded by FirstMark Capital, a venture capital firm managing more than $2 billion in capital commitments. For more information on TraceLink and our solutions, visit http://www.tracelink.com.

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