Big Ideas in Supply Chain: A practical approach to the digital supply chain

| July 26, 2019

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Today’s life sciences supply chains are global and complex, but pharmaceutical companies using RapidResponse are getting accurate, on demand reports about what is happening across their supply chains. Atul Tandon, former SVP Global Supply Chain Management at Mylan, describes how he made informed, fact-based decisions thanks to increased visibility and scenario modeling with RapidResponse.

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