Discover the latest happenings from across the Indian Life Sciences industry, brought to you at a single place by Industry Knowledge eXchange (IKeX) so you can create connections across digital health sciences to enable better-integrated care, improved safety, and quality patient outcomes.
With a focus on the importance of setting the quality agenda right from the board rooms down to all levels of the pharma companies, this webinar also sheds light on the role of technology in scaling quality, R&D, and salesforce management & upgradation. Coursing through the journey of Micro-Labs from its inception to the date, this discussion recounts how early brushes with regulatory censure helped future-proof their quality systems, while empowering their employees to be fully part of this transformation.
Express Pharma as part of SAP India’s Industry Knowledge Exchange Forum’s Expert Speak series, invited Parag Agarwal, CFO, Dr Reddy’s Laboratories to share insights on Dr Reddy’s pill-plus strategy, against the backdrop of an ongoing digital transformation. Pharma technology expert Rajesh Kuppuswamy was also part of the discussion
Express Pharma as part of SAP India’s Industry Knowledge Exchange Forum’s Expert Speak series, invited pharma quality veteran Dr Ranjana Pathak, President, Global Quality, Medical Affairs and Pharmacovigilance, Cipla to discuss how companies are proactively preparing for new modes of business like virtual inspections, and other ‘business-as-unusual’ practices. Pharma technology expert Rajesh Kuppuswamy was also part of the discussion
As an important stakeholder of global health security, it is imperative for the pharma sector to embrace sustainability as one of its tenets and ramp up its efforts towards being more environment-friendly. This calls for a change in vision, strategies, management practices, and operations in pharma organisations. And technology will play a key role in enhancing the effectiveness of the industry’s strides towards sustainability. Watch this webinar replay to hear leaders and experts examine initiatives taken by India Pharma Inc on sustainability so far and discuss its readiness and roadmap to comply with existing and upcoming regulations.
The Covid pandemic has redefined many realities of our life, especially as corporate citizens. Today, organizations focus on safety of their employees, not just from the virus, but from the disruption it brings. Watch this ondemand session to see how pharma companies are scaling up to deliver life-saving medicines and vaccines in order to help India Inc adapt to Covid and any future disruptions.
Pharma reps today interact with doctors not only in-clinic but use messaging, webinars, video conferencing, and many other collaboration tools. Pharma commercial organizations must embrace digital and accelerate the adoption of automation and modern technology.
Join us as we discuss how to enable sales reps to best serve their doctors using technology like artificial intelligence, digital talent, and platform-based software and services to prevent and better manage diseases.
The COVID-19 pandemic has triggered the long-overdue optimization of pharma procurement strategies. Watch the replay of this engaging panel discussion to hear industry experts discuss the opportunities that lie in cutting costs, reworking procurement strategies, using digital tools to track spends, consider alternative suppliers and revamp supply chains.
Learn how performing development with a complete understanding of the product, its manufacturing processes, risks and how to mitigate them, can help pharma companies achieve quality transformation by driving an end-to-end quality culture.
At a time when the pharma supply chain is at the forefront, tune in to hear our panel of experts discuss and deliberate the impact of ever-changing geopolitical scenarios on the performance of the pharma industry.
With severe disruptions in demand and supply impacting the Indian pharmaceuticals industry, join the discussion on why it’s time to reassess priorities, plan for increased self-dependence and work towards a larger presence in the global market.
Join a panel of pharma industry experts as they explore best practices impacting serviceability to ensure the availability of medicines with a keen focus on manufacturing excellence during these unprecedented times.
With the challenges in healthy growth and profitability growing by the day for Indian pharmaceutical companies, hear what the experts have to say about the different tech opportunities that companies should invest in to support financial performance.
SAP EHS empowers the employees with location specific safety information on a real time basis, and accessible from a PC or any mobile device. This smart tool ensures workforce optimization, safety & compliance and improves operational performance. Upon a few clicks on the app, the tool instantly displays relevant information around on ground hazards, PPEs needed and past incidents if any. The outcome, your workers can deliver work orders efficiently and safely.
SAP’s Enterprise Asset Management tool helps you manage the entire lifecycle of your physical assets with enterprise assets. It maximise asset health and performance, maintains and services the physical assets with real-time insights, the IoT, machine learning, mobility and advanced and predictive analytics. The predictive tool proactively broadcasts when parts are about to wear out, shares abnormalities in performance, & predicts shutdowns beforehand.
Keep your assets running by predicting, simulating, and optimising their health with machine learning and digital twin technology by SAP Predictive Asset Insights. Switch over from reactive to predictive maintenance and service with the Internet of Things (IoT). Analyse maintenance data, monitor equipment behaviour remotely and reach out to solutions efficiently through engineering simulations by using the SAP Predictive Asset Insights solution.
SAP integrated NavVis mobile mapping technology enables optimized and efficient maintenance planning of your assets and allows typical factory environments which usually involve multiple floors connected by stairs to be scanned comprehensively. Creating an accurate spatial representation by capturing surveyor-grade geometry data and panoramic images, resulting in the overall reduction in costs and improvement of quality in maintenance activities.
The 3rd Generation Industry 4.0 Showcase of The SAP and SIA Co-Innovation in China:
Upon successful integration of SAP’s Digital Supply Chain Solution & SIA’s “Thing Origin Platform”, you can now deal with adjustments and disruptions better with a smart manufacturing solution procured upon years of co-innovation by SAP & Shenyang Institute of Automation. It is a 3rd generation industry 4.0 showcase, demonstrating the E2E business process from sales order creations through automatic production until finished goods are outbound.
Express Pharma, in association with SAP India, as part of the Life Sciences Industry Knowledge Exchange Forum, recently hosted a virtual event to discuss and deliberate on building a workforce in the life sciences industry that is future-ready
The Indian pharmaceutical industry underwent a paradigm shift in the year 2020. The sector resolved several challenges through effective digitalisation and is evolving by learning from key instances to jump back on its feet.
The life sciences industry spends billions of dollars every year to inform, educate, train, and interact with healthcare practitioners (HCP). The HCP spend legislation has changed and will dramatically change the way that the life sciences industry interacts with them.
Success in the age of the intelligent enterprise demands an open business platform on which to integrate and extend processes with agility and flexibility. In the life sciences industry, you must also pay careful attention to industry and government regulations.
The life sciences industry is poised to experience some major changes. To keep up with the customers’ ever-increasing demand for value, companies must find ways to increase customer loyalty, build brand trust, and enhance engagement.
To compete in this market, your life sciences company needs to comply with various regulations depending on which markets you do business in.
Digital health platforms are driving innovation, while accelerated adoption of digital services is likely to promote convergence of healthcare systems in developing economies. Read about the innovation readiness of Indian enterprises, and the initiatives that are creating differentiation.