Toronto, Canada (PRWEB) April 09, 2013
As businesses operate in an increasingly connected world, it's important that their global supply chains reflect technology advancements with the correct equipment. This is especially true for Healthcare supply chains.
As more and more information is required about the safety and security of shipments, forward-thinking companies are now looking to the cutting edge in supply chain technology: sensor-based logistics (SBL).
Companies that specialize in pharmaceutical, medical device, clinical trials and other segments are finding out that SBL is the foundation of a powerful new central nervous system for the global supply chain. SBL is comprised of a combination of environmental sensors, wireless communication and management software. SBL allows users to monitor critical shipment variables such as location, temperature, light, humidity and barometric pressure, and relays this data in near-real time to enable customers to quickly act accordingly.
During this webinar, you will be provided with five questions to get ahead of the SBL trend and things to consider when getting a program off the ground:
Guest speaker Rich Horan, VP of Support Operations with med fusion will talk about his experiences with SBL and what it has meant to his supply chain. Mr. Horan will also be joined by Chris Swearingen, Marketing Manager at FedEx.
For more information about this event or to register, visit: http://xtks.in/xto567-event
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