Optimizing your data for the reimagined drug supply chain
When the DSCSA was established in 2013, the pharmaceutical industry set a course towards creating a data-driven supply chain. Drug manufacturers have been on this multi-year journey, implementing serialized products, establishing the ability to verify salable returns, and now culminating in 2023 with an interoperable supply chain to track and trace all prescription drugs in the US.
The data behind the scenes must match and reflect the physical goods moving through the supply chain. If it doesn’t, manufacturers face the risk of their products being stopped and causing medicine delivery delays until the data and products are reconciled. In this webinar, we will discuss the four major components of compliance and how to get the data right to let the product flow:
Trained by his father, the founder of the company, Kunal has worked from the ground up at Nutra-Med, from his first job as a Quality Assurance Inspector, to working on the production line, moving pallets, project management and business development, through overall operations and strategy. Kunal believes in a minimum order of 1 and a turnaround of 1 day and has built a leadership team that strives to execute on that vision. Today, Nutra-Med is a highly respected and industry-leading pharmaceutical contract packager, with an unyielding commitment to service and quality.
Kunal earned his MBA with Honors from The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, and graduated from the Jerome Fisher Program in Management and Technology at the University of Pennsylvania with a Bachelor’s in Engineering from the School of Engineering and Applied Science, and a Bachelor’s in Economics from The Wharton School.
Director, Market Development
Steve Tallant is responsible for delivering strategic marketing content while supporting market identification and development at Systech. In this role he has been published repeatedly, including thought leadership industry journal articles, white papers and blogs. Tallant has also been a media spokesperson for Systech solutions, handling radio and television segments on brand protection and traceability as well as several print interviews. He also has worked in the Systech product management team, gaining a rich grasp on the company’s cutting-edge software technologies.
Tallant holds both undergraduate and master’s degrees from Villanova University in Pennsylvania. He is also a frequent guest lecturer and panelist for the Information Technology department of the Villanova School of Business.