The Supply Chain of the Future: a LogiPharma report

By Dale Benton
Now, perhaps more than ever, Supply Chain is at the very heart of success for the world’s most important pharmaceutical companies. From rapid shifts...

Now, perhaps more than ever, Supply Chain is at the very heart of success for the world’s most important pharmaceutical companies.

From rapid shifts in supply and demand, to impending regulatory changes, disruptive technologies and, of course, the need to maintain supply chain integrity, there are plenty of stress-factors to be aware of – and solutions to be found.

In advance of LogiPharma 2017, Logipharma interviewed 100 senior decision markers in the industry to investigate some of the issues which are driving transformation in the pharmaceutical supply chain today.

 

The Supply Chain of the Future

 

Inside you will discover

  • The number one tech innovation pharma are investing in to drive change in their supply chain.
  • Is digitalization of the supply chain a true priority for pharma?
  • What will have the biggest impact on supply chain in the next 5 years: IoT & Industry 4.0, Blockchain, Big Data, Mobile Apps, AI or 3D printing?
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