By November 2018, the DSCSA requires manufacturers that distribute prescription drugs within the United States to mark packages with a product identifier, serial number, lot number, and expiration date—basically, adopt and deploy a serialization solution. While most of the largest global manufacturers are underway with their pharmaceutical compliance efforts, many of the mid-tier manufacturers, contract manufacturers, virtual pharmaceutical companies, and other firms that ship prescription drug components into the U.S. are struggling to meet this year’s deadline.
With the Systech “Serialized by November” program, customers can dramatically reduce the timeframe to DSCSA compliance by implementing the company’s proven, documented serialization workflows. Systech’s serialization solutions currently ensure DSCSA compliance and are already deployed on nearly 1,600 packaging lines—65% more lines than its next largest competitor.
The program will allow customers to meet the minimum regulatory requirements by the November deadline, as well as enable expanded functionality at a later date—without having to change platforms or purchase additional software or licenses. Unlike competitive solutions, Systech’s mission-critical serialization software minimizes downtime on a packaging line, with customers enjoying multi-language, 24/7 global support for their packaging and production activity. Ongoing maintenance ensures continuing compliance and access to future solution upgrades and enhanced functionality.
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