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Next-Generation Systems and Innovative Models for Global Deployment, System Integration & Aggregate Data Application

August 12-13, 2015
  • Philadelphia, PA

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DAY ONE Wednesday, August 12, 2015

Choose from Two Pre-Conference Workshops (B-C)

Workshop B Integration and Connection Strategies to Maximize Your MES System

7:30

Workshop Registration and Continental Breakfast

8:30

Workshop Leader’s Welcome and Opening Remarks

I. Integration Strategies to Produce a Flexible and Agile MES System

II. Maximize the Benefits of System Integration and Network Sharing

III. Takeaway Best Practices and Methods for System Integration and Equipment Connections

Workshop Leaders:

Jerry Gonzalez
Business Systems Manager
B. Braun

Baha Korkmaz
Senior Vice President, Operations, North America
Enterprise System Partners

Dermot O’Callaghan
Commercial Director
Enterprise System Partners

10:30

Networking and Refreshment Break

12:00

Close of Workshop B

Workshop C MES for Discrete and Small Batch Manufacturing —
Improve Performance, Compliance, Quality and Agility

7:30

Workshop Registration and Continental Breakfast

8:30

Workshop Leader’s Welcome and Opening Remarks

I. Analyze the FDA’s Case for Quality and UDI Rule

II. Configurable and Simple MES Design and Modeling

Workshop Leaders:

Francisco W. Mella
MES Program Manager
Johnson & Johnson, MD&D Global Supply Chain

Mekala Rao
Director
Atachi Systems

10:30

Networking and Refreshment Break

12:00

Close of Workshop C

MAIN CONFERENCE Wednesday, August 12, 2015

12:00

Networking Luncheon

1:00

Chairman’s Welcome and Opening Remarks

Ed Kubiak
Manager, Information Solutions
Rockwell Automation

1:15

KEYNOTE ADDRESS Path Forward to Achieving the Next Level of Manufacturing Excellence — Preparing for the Next 5 Years

Dennis Brandl
Immediate-Past Chairman
MESA Americas Board

2:00

Develop a Business Case for an MES Project

Keith Bowen
General Manager
LZ Lifescience Limited

2:45

Networking and Refreshment Break

3:15

Deep-Dive into the FDA Audit Process

Chris Wubbolt, MS
Principal Consultant
QACV Consulting, LLC

4:00

The Future of MES — Requirements for Next-Generation MES Systems

Daniel Matlis
President
Axendia, Inc.

4:35

SOLUTION SPOTLIGHT SUMMIT Facets, Functions and Features

Ed Kubiak
Manager, Information Solutions
Rockwell Automation

5:00

Close of Day One | Networking, Wine and Cheese Reception

DAY TWO Thursday, August 13, 2015

7:30

Continental Breakfast

8:00

Chairman’s Review of Day One

Barry Johnson
Director, Information Solutions
Rockwell Automation

8:15

CASE STUDY Innovative Approaches for MES Deployments in Bio-pharmaceutical Manufacturing

Joseph Musiak
Associate Director, Strategic Innovation
Biogen

9:00

Novel Concepts for Achieving Review by Exception with Enterprise Software

Mark J. Wager
Quality Assurance Consultant
Eli Lilly and Company

9:45

Leverage an Enterprise Intelligence Strategy to Capitalize on MES Data

John Dzelme
Regional Director, North America
Seabrook Technology Group Inc.

10:30

Networking and Refreshment Break

11:00

EXTENDED SESSION: CASE STUDY Next Generation MES — Focus on “Speed to Value”

I. Concept, Build, Deploy and Maintain Evergreen — 25 MES Deployments in 4 Years

Carol Arriola
Senior Manager, MES Global Solutions Delivery
Pfizer Inc

II. Global Models — Standardization Key for Process Reusability

Greyssi Campos
Regional Manager, Latin America & Puerto Rico
Pfizer Inc

III. Moderated Q&A

Simon Roscoe
enior Director, Business Technology
Pfizer Inc

12:20

Networking Luncheon

1:30

Prevailing Approaches for Data Security and Cloud Computing within a Highly Regulated Industry

Shah Nawaz
Chief Technology Architect,
Senior Director, Enterprise Architect
Shire

2:15

CASE STUDY Strategies to Establish Internal Engagement and Ownership of the MES System

Bob Buelow
Associate Director, Business Consulting, MES
Merck & Co., Inc.

Stephen Styer
Manager, IT Account Management
Merck & Co., Inc.

3:00

Close of Conference

Agenda

Want more agenda details? Request the brochure
Want more agenda details? Request the brochure

DAY ONE Wednesday, August 12, 2015

Choose from Two Pre-Conference Workshops (B-C)

Workshop B Integration and Connection Strategies to Maximize Your MES System

7:30

Workshop Registration and Continental Breakfast

8:30

Workshop Leader’s Welcome and Opening Remarks

I. Integration Strategies to Produce a Flexible and Agile MES System

II. Maximize the Benefits of System Integration and Network Sharing

III. Takeaway Best Practices and Methods for System Integration and Equipment Connections

Workshop Leaders:

Jerry Gonzalez
Business Systems Manager
B. Braun

Baha Korkmaz
Senior Vice President, Operations, North America
Enterprise System Partners

Dermot O’Callaghan
Commercial Director
Enterprise System Partners

10:30

Networking and Refreshment Break

12:00

Close of Workshop B

Workshop C MES for Discrete and Small Batch Manufacturing —
Improve Performance, Compliance, Quality and Agility

7:30

Workshop Registration and Continental Breakfast

8:30

Workshop Leader’s Welcome and Opening Remarks

I. Analyze the FDA’s Case for Quality and UDI Rule

II. Configurable and Simple MES Design and Modeling

Workshop Leaders:

Francisco W. Mella
MES Program Manager
Johnson & Johnson, MD&D Global Supply Chain

Mekala Rao
Director
Atachi Systems

10:30

Networking and Refreshment Break

12:00

Close of Workshop C

MAIN CONFERENCE Wednesday, August 12, 2015

12:00

Networking Luncheon

1:00

Chairman’s Welcome and Opening Remarks

Ed Kubiak
Manager, Information Solutions
Rockwell Automation

1:15

KEYNOTE ADDRESS Path Forward to Achieving the Next Level of Manufacturing Excellence — Preparing for the Next 5 Years

Dennis Brandl
Immediate-Past Chairman
MESA Americas Board

2:00

Develop a Business Case for an MES Project

Keith Bowen
General Manager
LZ Lifescience Limited

2:45

Networking and Refreshment Break

3:15

Deep-Dive into the FDA Audit Process

Chris Wubbolt, MS
Principal Consultant
QACV Consulting, LLC

4:00

The Future of MES — Requirements for Next-Generation MES Systems

Daniel Matlis
President
Axendia, Inc.

4:35

SOLUTION SPOTLIGHT SUMMIT Facets, Functions and Features

Ed Kubiak
Manager, Information Solutions
Rockwell Automation

5:00

Close of Day One | Networking, Wine and Cheese Reception

DAY TWO Thursday, August 13, 2015

7:30

Continental Breakfast

8:00

Chairman’s Review of Day One

Barry Johnson
Director, Information Solutions
Rockwell Automation

8:15

CASE STUDY Innovative Approaches for MES Deployments in Bio-pharmaceutical Manufacturing

Joseph Musiak
Associate Director, Strategic Innovation
Biogen

9:00

Novel Concepts for Achieving Review by Exception with Enterprise Software

Mark J. Wager
Quality Assurance Consultant
Eli Lilly and Company

9:45

Leverage an Enterprise Intelligence Strategy to Capitalize on MES Data

John Dzelme
Regional Director, North America
Seabrook Technology Group Inc.

10:30

Networking and Refreshment Break

11:00

EXTENDED SESSION: CASE STUDY Next Generation MES — Focus on “Speed to Value”

I. Concept, Build, Deploy and Maintain Evergreen — 25 MES Deployments in 4 Years

Carol Arriola
Senior Manager, MES Global Solutions Delivery
Pfizer Inc

II. Global Models — Standardization Key for Process Reusability

Greyssi Campos
Regional Manager, Latin America & Puerto Rico
Pfizer Inc

III. Moderated Q&A

Simon Roscoe
enior Director, Business Technology
Pfizer Inc

12:20

Networking Luncheon

1:30

Prevailing Approaches for Data Security and Cloud Computing within a Highly Regulated Industry

Shah Nawaz
Chief Technology Architect,
Senior Director, Enterprise Architect
Shire

2:15

CASE STUDY Strategies to Establish Internal Engagement and Ownership of the MES System

Bob Buelow
Associate Director, Business Consulting, MES
Merck & Co., Inc.

Stephen Styer
Manager, IT Account Management
Merck & Co., Inc.

3:00

Close of Conference