Case Study

Pharmaceutical Company Reduces Cost by 50%

challenge

Global Implementation Needed to Meet New Compliance Laws

California introduced a new law requiring 50% of pharmaceutical packaging to be serialized. Pharmaceutical company Astellas’ strategy was to design a global solution that could be rolled out worldwide to meet each country’s compliance needs. This approach, based on an SAP custom solution, required large internal and external teams for implementation. And because Astellas wanted to remain focused on its implementation projects, it chose to find a third-party provider to support the solution.

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