Systech and Excellis announce brand protection partnership for healthcare supply chain

By Harry Menear
Today Systech, a Princeton, New Jersey-based supply chain security and brand protection company announced a new strategic partnership with Excellis Heal...

Today Systech, a Princeton, New Jersey-based supply chain security and brand protection company announced a new strategic partnership with Excellis Health Solutions to provide a complete, end-to-end offering for brand protection strategy through sustainability.

The announcement was made at the 2019 Distribution Management Conference in Palm Desert, CA, an event which brings together industry experts in brand protection and product security from an array of markets and regions, working at every level of the supply chain.

Excellis and Systech’s new partnership will create a product offering to fill a ‘gap in the brand protection market’ for healthcare, bio-pharmaceutical and adjacent industries. Currently, companies in the sector lack a comprehensive option through which they can evaluate a manufacturer's supply chain, define an overall strategy and implement a solution—utilizing that manufacturer's existing technology and packaging—to ensure compliance and deliver ongoing support. Excellis and Systech hope their product will successfully fill this market niche.

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According to Excellis and Systech, several leading pharmaceutical brands are already seeing the benefits of their product.

"Keeping products safe and supply chains secure has become a daily challenge for global brands. Businesses need the strategic and technological capabilities to stop the growing diversion and counterfeiting epidemic. No other combination of providers offers a comprehensive solution like Excellis and Systech," says Ara Ohanian, CEO of Systech.

Greg Cathcart, CEO Excellis Health Solutions, continues by saying, "This partnership enables exactly what has been missing. The ability to utilize existing investments, modern technology and services to protect the most important asset a business has -- its brand reputation."

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