End-to-end temperature and product movement monitoring.
Vehicle condition and location monitoring of assets.
Remote temperature monitoring for warehouses and cooling units.
As the pharmaceutical supply chain moves towards adopting digital transformation and real-time temperature monitoring solutions, it’s becoming more and more critical to stay on top of those rising technologies and services in order to keep up with the latest industry trends and therefore ahead of the competition.
The benefits of real-time data are many, including proactively preventing wasted products, the ability to manage shipments by exception and only investigate those where an event occurred, and optimize shipping routes in order to continuously improve and decrease the likelihood of future excursions, to name a few.
There is a difference, however, between collecting more data and better data. With real-time monitoring also comes the added task to make all of that data work for you and your supply chain. This whitepaper will discuss some of the major challenges facing the industry today and outline three real-life case studies, one for air, road, and sea. These use cases show how real companies are ensuring that the data collected from real-time monitoring is working towards an improved supply chain by saving shipments worth millions of euros, decreasing overall product waste, ensuring patient safety, and increasing overall ROI.