Where is the Life Sciences Supply Chain Heading?

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Explore the evolution of life sciences supply chains from ERP systems to AI-driven networks and the future of efficient, agile orchestration In the last 20 years, life sciences supply chains have radically evolved. From ERP dominance to networked orchestration, the change is ongoing. ERPs once ruled, centralizing data and streamlining operations. They were efficient but limited. Then, complexity grew. CMOs and CROs entered, stretching supply chains beyond traditional borders. The COVID disruption spotlighted this shift’s urgency. Now, it’s not just about internal management; it’s about navigating networks. Today’s landscape demands agility. Orchestrating platforms are rising, but we’re mid-transition. They promise real-time collaboration and decentralized efficiency. This isn’t just change; it’s a supply chain revolution in life sciences. The journey? Far from…...

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Flavio Aliberti Flavio Aliberti brings with him a 23-year track record in consulting around business intelligence, change management, strategy, M&A transformation, IT and SOX auditing for high regulated domains, like Insurance, Airlines, Trade Associations, Automotive, and Pharma. He holds an MSc in Space Aeronautic Engineering from the University of Naples and an MSc in Advanced Information Technology and Business Management from the University of Wales.