July 16, 2015
TraceLink Inc., the world’s largest track and trace network for connecting the Life Sciences supply chain and eliminating counterfeit prescription drugs from the global marketplace, today announced TraceLink NEXUS ‘15—a landmark gathering of business leaders and pharmaceutical professionals dedicated to shaping the future of track and trace across Life Sciences. The two-day event, which will be held in Washington, DC on September 22 and 23, represents the first time that Internet and cloud computing visionaries, supply chain experts, and pharmaceutical leaders will gather to explore how collaborative network infrastructures that connect business, devices and people will stimulate decades of unparalleled efficiency, integrity and economic growth for Life Sciences.
“Global Life Sciences is in the midst of a massive transformation, and NEXUS ’15 is the only industry forum where a cross-section of business leaders can come together, learn from their peers, and take away tangible track and trace strategies to drive meaningful change and lasting economic benefit in their own organizations,” said Shabbir Dahod, president and CEO of TraceLink. “As Life Science companies pursue a variety of growth initiatives, they also face a complex web of new compliance regulations and collaborative business challenges that traditional IT infrastructures can no longer support. We’ve designed NEXUS ’15 to provide a rich, interactive learning environment where attendees will gain critical knowledge from Internet trendsetters, pioneering technologists, and supply chain experts. If you’re in Life Sciences, and you want to create a track and trace roadmap that positions your company for lasting growth and success, you don’t want to miss NEXUS ’15.”
TraceLink NEXUS ’15: Transforming Life Sciences with the Internet of Things
NEXUS ‘15 will feature keynotes from critically acclaimed technology and business visionaries, including Sanjay Sarma, Auto-ID Labs, MIT; Bill McBeath, ChainLink Research; Barry Blake, SCM World, and Lora Cecere, Supply Chain Insights. A larger roster of Life Sciences and supply chain executives will lead multiple educational tracks and dynamic discussion sessions that explore new opportunities to improve patient care and supply chain performance, facilitate end-to-end supply and trade partner integration, and ensure regulatory compliance across a global network of trade partners as a business-as-usual operation.
In addition, attendees will have access to a range of interactive workshops where industry peers will investigate potential pilot programs across supply network, and brainstorm opportunities that mobile technologies introduce to the pharmaceutical supply chain. In total, attendees will have access to more than 25 presentation sessions and workshops throughout the two-day event.
A special evening event at the Smithsonian’s National Air and Space Museum will provide all attendees with a unique and memorable experience at the conclusion of the first day of the conference.
Registration and Attendance Fees for NEXUS ’15
Anyone can attend NEXUS ’15, and the event is priced to enable participation from multiple team members within a given company. Registration fees for NEXUS ’15 vary based on customer status and early bird discounts:
To learn more about TraceLink NEXUS ’15, view the full presentation agenda, and register for the conference, please visit tracelink.com/nexus.