Biotechnology, drug, supplement and vitamin manufacturers, wholesalers and other stakeholders are vital to the health of the global population. However, these companies often operate strict regulations to ensure the safety and quality of drugs at each level, from raw material to consumer distribution. Any disturbance in the supply chain can have unforeseen ripple effects across the system. Technology enables the industry to streamline costs by improving production and logistics efficiency. It also provides the information required to report and show compliance. The result is gaining ROI beyond the initial track and trace investment.
Managing pharmaceutical workflows
Ensuring compliance and meeting deadlines during research and testing
Meeting the challenges of a growing market
Adopting continuous processing methods
Complying with international quality standards
Blocking illegal trafficking of counterfeit medications
Movilitas offers a full range of services that support the life sciences industry to help companies realize new growth opportunities, adapt to today’s on-demand economy and maintain compliance. Our toolkit includes services, extensions and accelerators for SAP solutions.
Track and Trace
Bring Transparency to Your Extended Supply Chain. Track & Trace provides real-time insights into the global value chain, with harmonized information from raw material to end-of-life.
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