In 2015, Zuellig Pharma, one of the largest healthcare services groups in Asia, set out to find a GDP-compliant temperature monitoring solution capable of integrating a variety of data from different third-party sources in countless formats into a single database. Because Zuellig Pharma knows that data is a valuable decision-making tool when it can be appropriately combined, analyzed and visualized.
At the time, 6,000 devices including 32 different models were in use in 11 markets. And because of the country-, market- and function-specific configuration of the data loggers, which was done manually, there was no uniform data structure.
In this case study, you will learn how Zuellig Pharma:
- implemented a temperature monitoring solution capturing data across countries and across various transit modes with a consistent data structure;
- significantly improved its efficiency by uploading temperature data into its database management system; and
- established the foundation for a value-added use of data for future management decisions.