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David F. Harty Joins Systech International as Vice President
Date:5/22/2012

CRANBURY, N.J., May 22, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Systech International, a leading provider of Packaging Execution System (PES) technology to help protect product integrity and authenticity, today announced that David F. Harty has joined the team as Vice President.

Mr. Harty will be responsible for leading the architecture, development, and support of Systech's Cloud Products and Solutions, and aligning the company's network of strategic partners.

"Mr. Harty has a unique perspective of the value of holistic technology enabling accountable serialization data and the understanding for governance and proper use of architectural concepts and models to ensure data integrity, accuracy and performance," said Robert DeJean, President and CEO of Systech International.  "His proven leadership experience and technical management skills will be invaluable as pharmaceutical companies plan for and react to serialization legislation impacting the way they do business."  Serialization is the process of generating, encoding, verifying and managing a unique identity on the smallest physical package.

With over 20 years of experience in software development, product management and program management, Harty has implemented serialization systems at a large number of pharmaceutical manufacturers and distributors, chemical processing facilities for source batch genealogy, automotive and consumer products companies for supply chain traceability.  Mr. Harty was a featured speaker at the Life Sciences Serialization & Traceability For Brand Protection Conference, May 10-11 in Philadelphia, PA. on "The Importance of Data Integrity and How it Impacts a Serialized Supply Chain."

Prior to joining the company, Mr. Harty was Chief Architect – Industry Solutions at Siemens IT/Atos leading the Serialization team among his various duties. Mr Harty was also Chief Architect – Intelligent Supply Chain at VeriSign, the former Chief Technology O
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