February 7, 2019

CRISP

California Regional Investigational
Supplies Professionals






February 7, 2019

San Diego, CA

 

4G Clinical, a leader in randomization and trial supply management (RTSM) for the global life sciences industry, is speaking at the CRISP meeting in San Diego on Thursday, February 7, 2019. 4G's VP of Strategy, Jan Pieter Kappelle is to present on the topic of developing an optimal clinical supply and demand plan with the support of technology.

 

CRISP, or California Regional Investigational Supplies Professionals, provides a full-day forum for professionals to learn the latest clinical supplies information and to network, to further their careers and create value for their organization. 




PRESENTATION

Strategies to Develop an Optimal Clinical Supply and Demand Plan




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Jan Pieter Kappelle

Jan Pieter Kappelle

Vice President, Strategy

4G Clinical


Understand the clinical forecasting landscape – limitations and path forward

 

 Moving beyond Excel – removing the manual work out of clinical supply forecasting

 

 Understand the power of real-time integrated feedback to forecast accuracy

 

 Evaluate the role of technology to support supply strategies

 

 Discuss key considerations and enhanced processes for higher quality forecasts

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Learn more about 4G Clinical's integrated RTSM and clinical supply forecasting solution.

 

Additional Resources

Clinical Supply Planning Optimization

Clinical Supply Planning Optimization

Informing Forecasting and Resupply Decisions Based on Business Needs Rather than Complex Calculations

Site Forecasting – Enabled by Confidence Dials

Site-Centric Clinical Supply
Strategy Optimization

Tips and Tools to Master Site-Centric Strategy for Clinical Supply Management

Site Forecasting – Enabled by Confidence Dials

Site Forecasting – Enabled by Confidence Dials

Addressing Gaps in People, Process and Technology to Drive Supply Chain Efficiencies