Webinar Serialization and Data Management: Data-On and Data-Out Considerations

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This live webinar, hosted by industry experts Thierry Protas (Videojet) and Luc Vaillancourt (Optel Vision), is the second and final webinar about data management requirements deriving from serialization regulations in Europe and the United States. 

The webinar will look at what data needs to be handled and how the printer transmits it. The experts will review in detail the differences between the European and US regulatory requirements. They will also look at how the data is communicated throughout the levels of a pharmaceutical plant, data repository requirements and best practices for data integrity.  

To view the previous webinar in the series, which takes an in-depth look at where the data comes from, please click here.

Speakers

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Luc Vaillancourt
Business Development, Market Intelligence, IT Solutions, Optel Vision

Luc Vaillancourt’s 20+ years experience in IT solutions as well as business and market intelligence give him a thorough understanding of customer needs and how IT solutions can be applied to create real benefits. Luc works closely with pharmaceutical customers and product development specialists to define an appropriate roadmap and features that provide distinctive value. Luc is a graduate of Laval University in Quebec City, Canada.

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Thierry Protas
Global Director Pharma, Videojet Technologies

Thierry Protas is the Global Pharma Director for Videojet, having recently joined the company. Thierry has spent the last 30 years in Pharmaceutical industry within different organizations. He started with the Automation business where he used to work with the major Pharma OEMs, then moving to the coding industry as a CO2 laser expert, being Pharma end users his key focus. Thierry then moved to Brand Protection and was focused on Pharma customers, to provide them with multiple solutions to fight counterfeiting.

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