Successful Serialization Implementation: IT and Connectivity Really Matter


Jean-Pierre Allard
Chief Technology Officer
Optel Vision
Aladdin Alkhawam
Director, Packaging
Par Pharmaceutical
Dr. Evren Ozkaya
Founder and CEO
Supply Chain Wizard, LLC
Jim Chrzan
VP Audience Development
Healthcare Packaging
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The Pharmaceutical Industry is experiencing major transformations. Regulations around the world are being put in place to avoid counterfeiting, which imply serialization at different packaging levels.

Data storage and connectivity are crucial for Successful Serialization Implementation. Main ERP system vendors are ready to integrate serialization modules to help pharmaceutical manufacturers comply with anti-counterfeiting laws. However, CMO’s particular situations in which they have to connect with multiple companies with different systems add important challenges to the equation.

The second live webinar, IT and Connectivity Really Matter, from the series Successful Serialization Implementation, by Optel Vision and Healthcare Packaging, will address effective solutions to these particular challenges through a dynamic conversation between industry experts Jim Chrzan of Healthcare Packaging, Chief Technology Officer Jean Pierre Allard from Optel Vision, and Director, Packaging, Aladin Alkhawam from Par Pharmaceutical.

Other Webinars in This Series:

Successful Serialization in the Packaging Line | Register Here to View Now

The Manufacturers/CMOs Serialization Experience: Financing and Other Success Factors |  Register Here to View Now

About the Speakers:

Jean-Pierre Allard, Chief Technology Officer at Optel Vision

Mr. Jean-Pierre Allard, Optel Vision, Global Serialization Program Manager, has 15 years of experience in the vision industry. Mr. Allard began his career in Spectrometer Design and R&D project management. Mr. Allard is following countries regulations and standards and is working on the design and road map for vision and software solutions to address the serialization needs for numerous countries and products. Working closely with various global implementation projects as an active member in GS1 US Healthcare, Mr. Allard is recognized as one of the serialization subject matter experts.

Aladdin Alkhawam, Director, Packaging at Par Pharmaceutical

Over his 29 years of experience in the pharmaceutical industry, Mr. Alkhawam has performed as senior manager in packaging and distribution services, as well as manufacturer supervisor and project engineering in multinational pharmaceutical companies such as Zenith Goldline Pharmaceuticals (now Teva), Faulting Pharma (now Actives), and Wyeth Pharmaceutical (now Pfizer). He currently serves as a Director, Packaging at Par Pharmaceutical, leading the Serialization Program.

Dr. Evren OzkayaFounder and CEO of Supply Chain Wizard, LLC

Dr. Ozkaya is the Founder & CEO of Supply Chain Wizard, LLC, a management and technology consulting firm helping Pharmaceutical companies establish and execute cost-effective serialization programs, as well as serving broader manufacturing industries with their supply chain strategy & optimization programs. Dr. Ozkaya received his Ph.D. in Industrial and Systems Engineering from Georgia Institute of Technology with his award-winning thesis on Demand Management in Global Supply Chains. Prior to Supply Chain Wizard, Dr. Ozkaya established the Global Track & Trace Program at Sandoz (a Novartis company) and led multiple implementation projects in Americas, Europe and Asia addressing all active serialization legislations. He also led a supply chain transformation program at Sandoz North America.

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