Expert in Supply Chain Track & Trace (Pharmaceutical, Food, CPG). Highly experienced Consultant / Program mana
Expert ID: 726160 Switzerland
He provides a Definition of a global strategy concerning supply chain optimization, track & trace and pedigree solutions to fulfill current and anticipated
legal requirements and also a proven way to drive unnecessary costs out of the supply chain. He designs and implements up-to-date logistic solutions to
support the commercial needs of your business.
Pioneering Pharmaceutical Company with sales over USD 30 billion.
Objective: Development of a business strategy to enhance supply chain control. Improve inventory and flows.
To comply with existing and announced requirements and to comply with expected future legal requirements.
A global strategy will be created covering:
A detailed analysis and evaluation of emerging authentication technologies such as 2D Barcode (Datamatrix) and RFID with a final recommendation on label coding and technologies to be used,
A comprehensive definition of current and emerging regulatory requirements globally and the implications in the near and long term,
A listing of key stakeholders, their perspectives, agendas and direction, including all members of the global supply chain, regulatory authorities, industry associations and standards organizations,
Benchmarking approaches by other manufacturers,
An assessment of the capabilities of contract manufacturers and packagers relative to the in scope objectives and technologies,
A detailed IT landscape strategy considering current IT landscape (SAP R/3 currently in use) and RFID infrastructure,
A cost/benefit analysis,
A recommendation on organizational changes,
An implementation and investment strategy for the next 3-5 years (phased approach),
A listing of key enabling vendors, their capabilities, strengths and weaknesses and how they can apply within the context of implementation strategy.
Selection criteria: Knowledge / experience / references: Pharma supply chain, IT/SAP, packaging, labeling & in general technical operations, RFID, 2D barcode.International Group active in the healthcare with consolidated revenues of 800 millions euros.
Scope : Detailed strategy approach and phased project plan.
Objective: Material lead time, delivery performance, enhance inventory performance.
Phase 1: Strategy and planning required for serialization. Roadmap and recognition of decisions required to implement a set of solutions in the proceeding phases of the project.
Phase 2: Implementation.Company devoted to human vaccines.
Scope: Control chain of custody.
Objective: Enhance recall process and warehouse operations, control supply chain operations.
During the recall scenario, the manufacturer can provide the specific ranges of serial numbers that are required to be returned rather than recalling the entire lot or shipment from certain date.
New reconciliation process required to put into place at returns management company to verify the serial number product.
Reduce the cost of recall and eliminate the opportunity of returning the incorrect product.European Commission:
Implementation of a full supply chain traceability system of pharmaceutical products in a live, operating environment. Additionally this would facilitate the development of related supply chain applications such as electronic pedigree, authentication, recall, inventory management and financial reconciliation.
Leading Chemical Company.
Objective: Enabling food manufacturers to trace exactly which ingredients were used and which conditions applied in the manufacture of a product. Sustainable development.
Benefit: The business unit's sales force found that the ability to affirm that their products were fully and transparently traceable – and in fact, the possibility to demonstrate it with just a few clicks on a computer – set them well apart from so many other companies in the global marketplace.
|Year: 1978||Degree: Master||Subject: Information Technology||Institution: University Valerose|
|Years: 2009 to Present||Employer: Undisclosed||Title: Consultant / program manager||Department:||Responsibilities: He is leading major supply chain engagements at several of the largest industrial conglomerates.
-Contracted for design of global supply chain of Syngenta Corp. (Track & Trace enabled),
-Consulting mission for VeriSign (USA): Trusted authentication source,
-Supply chain optimization projects with regulation compliance for international pharmaceutical manufacturers,
-Supply chain project for leading generic pharma manufacturer,
-Consulting for Swiss medicament distribution model and improved supply chain.
|Years: 2008 to 2009||Employer: Full time Contracted partner for HP||Title: Contracted / Responsable for traceability consulting activities||Department: Digital printing /labeling||Responsibilities: Promoting and supporting track and trace initiative for HP in EMEA.
Interfacing with official Bodies (GS1, EPCglobal, EEC…).
Evangelizing (customers and internal teams) on coding, carrier and data sharing for safe and secure supply chain with a special focus on the Pharmaceutical industry.
Fulfilling business consulting mission for client projects.
|Years: 2007 to 2008||Employer: AndVista||Title: Consultant||Department:||Responsibilities: He conducted supply chain projects for real time traceability initiatives:
IBM: Worldwide container track & trace project based on EPCIS / RFID
Philip Morris: traceability effort based on serialized packet,
SGS: Traceability in tobacco industry,
GS1: Hospital drug events, codification audit,
EC: Bridge project: WP6, aimed to implement a track and trace solution to increase patient safety in the branded and generic pharmaceutical supply chain.
|Years: 2004 to 2007||Employer: Verisign||Title: Business Development Director for EMEA||Department:||Responsibilities: Responsible for managing the implementation and execution of effective, solutions-driven marketing and sales outreach programs to create demand and generate leads in the area of supply chain traceability.
Implemented an expertise in supply chain/ RFID and real time visibility with a particular focus on anti-counterfeiting, brand security, automated data collection and identification.
|Years: 2000 to 2004||Employer: Accenture||Title: Alliance Manager||Department:||Responsibilities: Drove the growth of revenue through the delivery of supply chain projects for performance improvement (eProcurement, Collaborative supply chain…). Pursued new market opportunities, led and conduct multiple inter-dependent projects.
Identification/Definition of clients needs,
Business plan/case and Partner selection,
Value proposition & Board Presentation for decision,
Program monitoring & relationship management = governance of projects and metrics monitoring with an income statement focus and ensured the solution met business objective.
|Years: 1997 to 2000||Employer: Alcatel||Title: Program Manager||Department:||Responsibilities: Profit/loss responsibility. Implementation of e-procurement and spend analysis for IT goods.
Ensured the leadership of project execution, supervising international team,
Ensured consulting/integrators resources management, project documentation,
Ensured new process deployment, KPI, P&L and change management, invoicing,
Ensured communication plan: Steering committee, project/performance/contract review…,
Managed risks based on an assessment of technical and commercial priorities, resolving conflicts if escalated and issue mitigation for Alcatel 156 subsidiaries.
|Years: 1995 to 1997||Employer: Bull||Title: Program Manager||Department:||Responsibilities: Responsible for program execution, partners monitoring (scope of services, performance…), IT infrastructure level up and improvement chart,
Managed multiple teams through PMI methodology: Program team guarantying time frame & financial follow up. Risk management: identify, quantify, response. Quality Assurance Plan for best practices. Knowledge management for variance analysis. Communication Plan: Board communication, steering committee, performance review, escalation procedure.
Acted as a point of escalation for disputes in EMEA and escalate to Corporate for resolution.
|Years: 1990 to 1995||Employer: Digital Corporation||Title: Business Consultant||Department:||Responsibilities: Information Technology Consultant for financial organizations.|
|Years: 2006 to Present||Agency: European Commission||Role: Project Manager||Description: Responsible for EPCIS architecture implementation, Bridge Track & trace project|
|Years||Country / Region||Summary|
|Years: 1987 to 2000||Country / Region: Worldwide||Summary: Profit/loss responsibility. Implementation of e.procurement and spend analysis for IT goods.
• Ensured the leadership of project execution, supervising international team,
• Ensured consulting/integrators resources management, project documentation,
• Ensured new process deployment, KPI, P&L and change management, invoicing,
• Ensured communication plan: Steering committee, project/performance/contract review…,
• Managed risks based on an assessment of technical and commercial priorities, resolving conflicts if escalated and issue mitigation for Alcatel 156 subsidiaries.
|Years: 2000 to 2004||Country / Region: Europe and USA||Summary: • Drove the growth of revenue through the delivery of supply chain projects for performance improvement (eProcurement, Collaborative supply chain, eCatalog…).
• Pursued new market opportunities, led and conducted multiple inter-dependent projects.
• Identification/Definition of client needs (CPG business),
• Business plan/case and Partner selection,
• Value proposition & Board Presentation for decision,
• Program monitoring & relationship management = governance of projects and metrics monitoring with an income statement focus and ensured the solution met business objective.
|Years: 2013 to Present||Country / Region: Worldwide||Summary: Provide expertise in order to enable supply chain business performance. Responsible for the deployment of supply chain design across Syngenta to meet evolving needs and provide track and trace.|
|German||3 year educational period in Germany|