Join our webinar where Clinton DeSouza, Director of Public Health at Imperial Logistics and Bernard Goor, VP of Sales & Marketing for Pharma and Healthcare at One Network, will discuss how Imperial Logistics is leveraging One Network to provide an end-to-end fulfillment backbone spanning their entire distribution process for essential medical supplies, including serialization and authentication of HIV and antimalarial drugs.
You will learn how Imperial Logistics will use One Network’s One Blockchain™ solution to provide robust chain-of-custody and authentication capabilities designed to create greater visibility and security. In doing so, pharmacies and healthcare facilities will be able to serve their patients with greater reliability, ensuring the continued flow of authentic and safe medication.
Reserve your seat now to learn how Imperial Health is using this technology to deliver better results for its customers.
Learn about Blockchain and how it will impact pharmaceutical and medical distribution
Learn how Blockchain can power drug serialization, chain-of-custody and IoT applications
Learn how to leverage near-infared technology to authenticate drug purity
Learn how to execute targeted recalls quickly and efficiently
Who should attend?Technology & Information System Personnel, Procurement, Supply Chain, Logistics, Materials Management, Corporate Traffic, Distribution, Transportation, Warehouse Management, Business Analytics, ERP, C-Suite
He has spent much of this time working with the Health & Beauty, Technology and Consumer Goods sectors where he has developed and deployed Supply Chain solutions on the African Continent for the private and public sectors. In 2011, Clinton was seconded to the USA to join PFSCM where he worked with the SCMS field offices in supporting host Government's healthcare supply chains.
Clinton also heads the Public Health Consulting division of Imperial Health Sciences where he is responsible for approximately 20-30 supply chain consultants working within various public health systems throughout Africa and the developing world. He holds an MBA from the Henley Management College, University of Reading (UK), which he completed in 2009.
Bernard moved to the Technology industry in 2000 after working in a variety of procurement, distribution, sales, marketing and operations positions in the Chemicals, Food Service and Retail industries for 17 years. Since then, Bernard has continuously leveraged his industry, process and technology skills to build, market and sell industry solutions with the goal of delivering the shortest time-to-value to his customers.
Bernard Goor received his Masters of Business Administration from the University of Louvain, Belgium, and his Executive Masters of Business Administration from the University of Texas, Dallas.