May 18, 2023
Supply chain resiliency is critically important in life sciences. Components flowing through the supply chain are needed for medical devices, drugs, and other lifesaving items. For instance, sensors are required for medical devices; certain ingredients are needed for active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs). These essentials can all be impacted by supply chain disruptions. To address these concerns, some life sciences organizations are seeking innovative analytical methods to gain a more comprehensive understanding of their supply chains as well as implementing a robust data infrastructure to enhance their operations.