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TrackTraceRX in the SETRM and 2020 Gaesi Annual seminar on implementation of the SNCM

Christian Souza

TrackTraceRX in the SETRM and 2020 Gaesi Annual seminar on implementation of the SNCM

Registration Information:


Date, time: September 1, 2020- September 29, 2020

Place: Institute of Radiology – INRAD AUDITORIUM , R. Dr. Ovídio Pires de Campos, 75 - Ordinance 1, Cerqueira César - São Paulo / SP, CEP 05403-010

E-mail: Inscricoes@setrm.org

Registration Type: By invitation

Scheduled to be held in the month of September 2020, the seminar will have participants belonging to the academia, corporate sector, and different governments to strengthen Brazil’s intent to implement the drug regulations by May 2022. The Brazilian Health Regulatory Agency (ANVISA) is serious about implementing a comprehensive nationwide serialization solution so that communication between pharmaceutical supply chain stakeholders is transparent. The seminar will discuss how every supply chain actor can capture, store, and exchange data electronically. TrackTraceRX is one of the participants in the GS1 horizontal integration group and will answer queries related to:


  • Track and Trace compliance in the US and Brazil: The Brazilian ANVISA norms set as drug regulatory standards are similar to that of the US DSCSA standards. The only difference lies in the implementation owing to the difference in the government approach toward making serialization a norm in both the countries. TrackTraceRX will treat each as its own and present how serialization in pharmaceutical track and trace is a common language for exhibiting transparency in supply chain management, thus reducing counterfeit drug circulation by notches. 
  • Technological development in serialization: Augmented Reality, Virtual reality, and artificial intelligence are the in-thing in the serialization process. You can achieve much more than you might have realized till now, when it comes to product transparency and serialization with just a smart multi scanner. TrackTracRX, being the world’s only mobile-edge technology service provider, will show how all of them can integrate well within your existing framework and help you achieve a transparent serialization.
  • Value-added services that TrackTraceRX can help with: TrackTraceRX can help with product recalls, managing master data, drug shortage, managing excessive serial numbers, expired product management, and more. Explore their live demo at the venue.

Who will benefit from the event:

Companies: Pharmaceutical companies, CMO/CPOs, wholesale distributors, 3PLs, pharmacies and other firms in the global supply network

Roles: Supply chain, IT, external supply, logistics / distribution, packaging, repackegers, quality check, and others involved in the supply, production and distribution of pharmaceuticals. All L1, L4, L5 stakeholders in the pharmaceutical supply chain. Apart from this, professors, researchers, graduate and undergraduate students from engineering, technology, medicine and administration courses can benefit from this meeting, which will disseminate principles, methodologies and solutions applicable to the SNCM

Venue information:

Institute of Radiology – INRAD AUDITORIUM (Mode of conducting the seminar subject to change in lieu of COVID outbreak)


  1. TrackTraceRX will be participating in the HDA VRS pilot chapter-II 

Date, time: Date unspecified, November

Place: Unspecified

E-mail: pfri@hda.org

Registration Type: By invitation


In continuation with the HDA pilot traceability study in 2016, the organization has been calling for invites from top leaders in the pharmaceutical supply chain industry to participate in its second chapter of the pilot study. HDA has been researching on looking for new ways to communicate the work happening around DSCSA implementation with a broader audience. In the first phase HDA discussed the various compliance scenarios, harping on the need to have a Verification Router Service (VRS) to tackle the challenge of handling serialized saleable returns, which have not been aggregated by the pharma supply chain of many countries. 

The event is scheduled in the month of November.

TrackTraceRX has been invited as one of the key speakers in the event, owing to its extensive experience in pharmaceutical track and trace under the DSCSA ambit. Being the 15% market share holder, it has made a mark as a pharmaceutical serialization provider, deploying advanced multi scanners for complicated serialization processes. You will hear TrackTraceRX speak about:

  • The importance of VRS in supply chain transparency and revenue growth
  • How Augmented Reality, Artificial Intelligence, and Virtual Reality are proving to be the key technologies smoothening the interfacing communication between the supply chain stakeholders.

Who will benefit from the event:

  • Companies: Pharmaceutical companies, CMO/CPOs, wholesale distributors, 3PLs, pharmacies and other firms in the global supply network
  • Roles: Supply chain, IT, external supply, logistics / distribution, packaging, repackegers, quality check, and others involved in the supply, production and distribution of pharmaceuticals. All L1, L4, L5 stakeholders in the pharmaceutical supply chain. Apart from this, professors, researchers, graduate and undergraduate students from engineering, technology, medicine and administration courses can benefit from this meeting, which will disseminate principles, methodologies and solutions applicable to the SNCM

Venue:

Unspecified, subject to updates

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