Op Ed: Data Logging is Not Enough For a Modern Pharma Supply Chain

Dagny Dukach
Dagny Dukach

For many years, pharmaceutical companies shipping temperature-sensitive goods have relied on temperature loggers to monitor the condition of in-transit products. These logging devices have become cheap, reliable and ubiquitous. But if your organization relies solely on these devices to monitor your cold chain, you are living in the past.

In his recent Pharmaceutical Executive op ed, Tive CRO and Co-Founder Rob Stevens shares his perspective on the benefits and shortcomings of data loggers in a pharma supply chain. While acknowledging their usefulness as a low-cost temperature monitoring solution, Rob goes on to discuss how new IoT technologies are changing the game when it comes to cold chain management.

For more details on how IoT is shaping the future of cold chain, read the full article here. And if you'd like to learn more about how Tive can help you bring IoT to your pharmaceutical supply chain, request a demo today.

Topics: IoT, Supply Chain Trackers, Op Ed



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