join your best-in-class peers at the second annual global track & trace (gtt) dispenser roundtable.


This is your exclusive invitation to get to the heart of the Drug Supply Chain Security Act (DSCSA) from the "dispenser's" point of view. With the upcoming 2020 serialization deadline and many organizations not being fully compliant with current DSCSA requirements, it's now more important than ever to understand what retail pharmacy and healthcare organizations need to "check the box".

Compliance alone will change your current processes, supplier relationships, and technologies. With a strong compliance foundation, you have the opportunity to control that change and build on top of it (if you choose) to create quantifiable and meaningful value.

In its second year, the expanded roundtable is an opportunity for healthcare & retail pharmacy leaders to meet and discuss DSCSA in a small group setting designed to promote interaction and generate tangible takeaways for your organization.


Date: Wednesday, November 13

Time: 2PM - 5:30PM (followed by cocktails and networking)

Location: The Inn at Lambertville Station, NJ (conveniently accessible to Newark, NJ and Philadelphia airports)

Complimentary event + Cocktails and networking to follow

Located an hour away from Philadelphia, PA and Newark, NJ airports (respectively)

Learn about:

Serialization 2020 - What lies ahead and ways to prepare?

Compliance - Avoid confusion: Let the experts clarify the requirements and implications. Don't assume you have checked the compliance box!

Saleable Returns - How to anticipate and prepare for the coming changes?

Achieving Measurable Business Value - What are realistic areas of focus: Recalls, Inventory/Expiry Management, Product price to contract reconciliation, Work flow automation, Reimbursement, Others?

Open Forum - Concerns, challenges, ideas, and questions to ensure compliance? Operational impact? Financial impact?

Enabling Technology Solutions - What's needed, available, best practices, emerging trends, and what to avoid?


If your schedule permits on Thursday, November 14, stay for our complimentary 10th annual Global Track & Trace (GTT) forum representing the entire supply chain from "make to take". Manufacturers and wholesalers will join the conversation to discuss the hottest industry topics with a full day of collaboration and networking.


Serialization 2.0 - What's coming next?

Saleable Returns and VRS

Brand Protection

HDA/FDA/PDSA Global Regulatory Updates

The Value of Serialized Data

Digital Supply Chain Collaboration

If you are interested in attending GTT as well, please click the check box below in the registration form.

Register today to secure your spot!

Why Global Track & Trace (GTT)?


In 2009, Excellis established Global Track & Trace (GTT) with a mission to foster global collaboration between pharmaceutical supply chain partners to support them in understanding the impact of new and changing industry legislation. GTT is an annual forum bringing together professionals from across a variety of industries, including supply chain management, pharmaceutical, healthcare, and more. As well as learning about new and changing regulation, the events give you a chance to hear from a range of subjects.

Fast forward to today and GTT continues to monitor both global and local regulatory mandates, then reports those updates to our members to help them stay ahead of the curve.  More importantly, GTT encourages best practices and industry innovation by bringing together industry leading pharma manufacturers, virtual biotechs, CMOs, 3PLs, Wholesalers, Retail Pharmacies, and Healthcare Systems in the same room to discuss supply chain challenges and opportunities.

This collaboration grows every year and now includes breakout groups for Brand Protection, Digital Transformation, and Healthcare/Retail.  These groups meet individually and collectively as we host formal consortium meetings, monthly roundtables, and timely webinars that feature best-in-class peers and ideas to solve real problems with the goal of truly transforming the supply chain.