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Larry Hall

General Manager, TraceLink Smart Supply and Logistics

Larry Hall is responsible for driving the vision of the “Edge” and internet of things (IoT) solutions group at TraceLink, now called Smart Supply and Logistics. For more than a decade, Hall has been managing teams in the serialization compliance space, dedicated to building solutions and delivering applications that drive efficiencies and quality in support of the many supply chain challenges faced by the pharmaceutical industry based on global serialization mandates. He is now expanding these capabilities, looking beyond compliance, to deliver applications that enhance the TraceLink network with connectivity to ‘Edge’ devices and sensors that enable the concept of Smart Supply such as proactive exception handling, data analytics, and other key performance metrics for Secure Distribution, Cold Chain and Gene Therapy tracking.

Hall has more than 30 years of experience in business management, business process design and enterprise software solution design and implementation for global corporations in pharmaceutical, logistics, aviation, defense and high-technology industries. 

Prior to TraceLink, Hall was a co-founder of ROC IT Solutions, which was acquired by TraceLink in 2017. 

 

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Andrew Meyer is the current Serialization Lead at North Carolina Mutual Wholesale Drug where he has been employed since late 2000. He was originally tasked with designing software solutions that have extended existing ERP functionality and worked to integrate extraneous systems into their existing network. In 2006, he was pilot lead for a RFID feasibility project designed to test accuracy, traceability, and reliability of RFID tags in a warehouse environment. More recently, his role has been expanded to include coordinating Mutual Drug's DSCSA efforts as the Serialization team lead. He is currently working to keep Mutual Drug focused on meeting the impending 2019 returns verification deadline as well as keeping an eye on the 2023 end state. In 2016, in conjunction with the HDA, industry leaders and supply chain partners he led Mutual Drug’s returns verification pilot to test communications and product verification methods. He has continued his involvement through TraceLink’s FutureLink SIG working groups as well as being an active member of several of the HDA’s working groups to identify and examine the issues posed by the DSCSA that will be faced by stakeholders in the coming years.

Andrew Meyer is the current Serialization Lead at North Carolina Mutual Wholesale Drug where he has been employed since late 2000. He was originally tasked with designing software solutions that have extended existing ERP functionality and worked to integrate extraneous systems into their existing network. In 2006, he was pilot lead for a RFID feasibility project designed to test accuracy, traceability, and reliability of RFID tags in a warehouse environment. More recently, his role has been expanded to include coordinating Mutual Drug's DSCSA efforts as the Serialization team lead. He is currently working to keep Mutual Drug focused on meeting the impending 2019 returns verification deadline as well as keeping an eye on the 2023 end state. In 2016, in conjunction with the HDA, industry leaders and supply chain partners he led Mutual Drug’s returns verification pilot to test communications and product verification methods. He has continued his involvement through TraceLink’s FutureLink SIG working groups as well as being an active member of several of the HDA’s working groups to identify and examine the issues posed by the DSCSA that will be faced by stakeholders in the coming years.

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