Transforming the biopharma supply chain to become future-ready requires digital technologies. A digital supply chain and access to real-time data enable process improvements and proactive logistical responses to mitigate supply disruptions.
This webinar will discuss how eData enables process automation and simplification, including critical analytics and logistics data from suppliers of raw materials and production consumables. We will also discuss how integration of logistical eData is key to developing predictive analytics and improving resilience as well as the next steps to an industry-wide eData solution and how manufacturers can adopt a standardized digital platform.
Product Manager, Logistical Services
Chang Ge is MilliporeSigma's product manager of logistical services. She is responsible for leading the development of new digital logistics-related solutions that help biopharma customers improve their ability to efficiently use raw materials and other consumable products within their drug manufacturing process. Chang is experienced in launching and commercializing new technology and products for the life science and biopharma industries. She has a background in neurobiology from UC Davis and a master's degree in innovation and management from Tufts University.
Prithwiraj (Prith) Das
Manager, Customer Success, Analytical & Logistical Services
Prithwiraj Das is a customer success manager at MilliporeSigma. He oversees digital solutions with data-as-a-service, helping customers to connect with key analytical and logistical data to improve their overall commercial manufacturing processes. Prith joined MilliporeSigma in December 2021, specifically to enhance customer engagement and the commercial growth of eMERGE as a service for critical capabilities. He has extensive research expertise in neurophysiology. Prior to joining our company, he ran his digital marketing business and served customers in growing their businesses in various sectors. He has a Ph.D. in neuroscience from Auburn University, and he pursued his postdoctoral research at Washington University in St Louis, and the University of California, Riverside.
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