Pharmaceutical and biotech companies in the Asia-Pacific region can now implement serialization and track & trace projects via a local version of the Arvato CSDB (Corporate Serialization Database) solution. Together with Arvato Systems, the consulting specialists from the Körber Business Area Pharma have developed the Arvato CSDB APAC Edition, which is specially tailored to local and regional market requirements.
"With the Arvato CSDB APAC Edition, we are specifically addressing the needs of our customers in the Asia-Pacific pharmaceutical market," explains Carl-Rainer Stetter, Head of Sales and Business Development Healthcare at Arvato Systems. "Together with our local experts, we and Körber have adapted the Arvato CSDB solution to optimally reflect local requirements and business models. The Arvato CSDB APAC Edition will continue to comply with new regulations and requirements in the future. The fact that we are able to draw on Körber's extensive know-how from more than 1,500 serialization and track & trace projects worldwide represents a great added value for the future users."
Thanks to the intensive exchange with customers in the region, the serialization specialists from Körber and Arvato Systems were able to adapt the scalable, modular solution in such a way that it supports companies on site in their respective business situation. Even massive business growth in a short period of time can be easily mapped. Thanks to state-of-the-art cloud hosting in Asia, the data ownership remains in the region and companies benefit from local cost structures. The Arvato CSDB APAC Edition is compliant with national verification systems.
"Via our local sales and service hubs in the region and with the help of experienced partners on site, we can offer our customers short reaction times and provide them with experts who speak their language," emphasizes Dr. Martin Printz, Head of Sales Pharma Consulting, Körber Business Area Pharma. "This proximity to our customers is important to us and has been the deciding factor in many successful projects.”