Navicon invites you to the webinar on new approaches and methods of manufacture planning in pharmaceutics. Our experts will tell you how new approaches to production planning yield competitive advantages, help companies react faster to external and internal events as well as harmonize the work of different company departments in reaching shared goals.
The management of pharmaceutical processes is characterized by high requirements to production conditions, the storage and shipping of raw materials and medicines, strict sequence of operation performing, constant quality control. To efficiently coordinate the production processes, pharmaceutical companies have to consider a lot of contradicting factors, criteria, and parameters. It is already hardly possible to cope with those tasks only relying on expertise or applying add-ins to accounting systems, while the time wasted on a decision taking often leads to serious financial losses. By attending our event, you will learn the ways to avoid such losses.
During the webinar we will show you how to:
- Use reference data and actual information to get «the ultimate version of truth» about the company’s productive capacity;
- Quickly assess your own capabilities of meeting the demand and replenishing the medicine stocks;
- Create several versions of a comprehensive manufacturing plan, conduct «what-if» analysis;
- Quickly form a daily production and packaging plan considering the specificity of grounds, production lines, availability of human resources and raw materials;
- Assign works to lines in the optimal way, minimizing the downtime for cleaning and disinfection;
- Form a plan of 24-hour shift tasks and transfer it into accounting systems to ensure its fulfillment.
We invite Deputy general directors for production and development, Commercial directors, Heads of production planning department, Heads of production, and all the other industry experts interested in business automation to take part in the webinar.
Date: June 21st, 2017
Time: 11:00 – 13:00 Moscow time.
The participation is free of charge. Pre-registration is required.