Pharmaceutical Serialization

New pharmaceutical serialization requirements under the Drug Supply Chain Security Act (DSCSA) will affect you as a manufacturer, repackager, wholesale distributor, dispenser, or third-party logistics provider. ROBAR is the premier enterprise labeling system bringing companies up to speed in the light of emerging DSCSA compliance needs. Its built-in ability to create and manage randomized serial numbers makes it ideal in tackling pharmaceutical serialization challenges.

Pharma Serialization

When it comes to pharmaceutical serialization, ROBAR stands alone in its Life Sciences specific ability to manage labeling and serialization in an integrated and robust manner. Extensive and auditable history in an easily interconnected relational database facilitates the investigation of suspect product pedigrees.

  • ROBAR, the premier enterprise labeling system for the Life Sciences is currently ready to support serialization requirements of DSCSA
  • Already in operation at some of the largest pharmaceutical companies in the world, ROBAR manages all aspects of regulated labeling, including version control, 21 CFR compliance, etc.
  • With its built-in counter management system and the ability to create randomized serial numbers ROBAR meets the requirements for populating and maintaining SNI systems
  • A history of all serial number which are utilized is kept in the ROBAR historical database and can be provided as part of the requirement for investigating suspect product pedigree
  • ROBAR has an infrastructure for communicating with the U.S. FDA and external business partners through automated machine to machine communication. Once the requirements and infrastructure for reporting serialization data has been finalized, Innovatum will build the plug-ins necessary for updating serialization data into global databases.
  • The solution can be implemented either as an on-premise installation or on the ROBAR Online infrastructure in the cloud.

Contact Innovatum for additional information about complying with DSCSA mandates.