Leveraging the Power of Recipe-Driven Execution and Standardization

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Webinar Date/Time: Tue, Apr 9, 2024 2:00 PM EDT

Join CSL Behring, Siemens and MESCADA on their digital transformation journey to accelerate speed to patient. During this webinar, you will learn how Recipe-Driven Execution and standardization can expedite the adoption of digital technologies and unlock significant value for your business.

Register Free: https://www.pharmtech.com/pt_w/recipe-driven-execution

Event Overview:

Digitalization is rapidly reshaping the landscape of pharmaceutical production, uncovering new opportunities to accelerate project delivery times in this era of unprecedented competition. CSL Behring – a global biotechnology leader dedicated to developing innovative biotherapies that improve the lives of patients with rare diseases – recently embarked on a digital transformation journey to bring medicines to market faster. CSL has adopted a Manufacturing Execution System design approach that aligns with recipe-driven manufacturing processes, using standardized design elements and system components. The result: seamless integration with enterprise systems and simplified access to process data for consistent contextualization. This architecture is easily adaptable for future needs, paving the way for swift implementation of enterprise-wide process enhancements and increased product throughput capacity.
During this webinar, you will gain insights directly from CSL about their ongoing experiences with digitalization, discover how you can leverage global standardization as a powerful tool to speed the deployment of digital technologies, and unlock substantial value for your business.

Key Learning Objectives:

  • The most common challenges today’s biotech companies face when deploying digital technologies (including MES, DCS, Data Historian and simulation)
  • The concept of Recipe-Driven Execution via a singular batch engine and the many ways it benefits pharmaceutical manufacturers
  • The principles of standardization and how global libraries of reusable software elements drive cost savings by expediting digital technology rollouts
  • How system design allows for adaptability considering the speed of technological advancements

Who Should Attend:

  • Plant operators
  • Site heads
  • Engineering teams in pharmaceutical manufacturing
  • Quality assurance staff
  • Supply chain executives
  • IT/OT and automation teams


Matt Casey
Head of Execution Systems
CSL Behring

As Head of Execution Systems at CSL Behring, Matt Casey leads teams responsible for operational support of the manufacturing systems utilized in the core value streams such as blood plasma fractionation, bulk processing/purification, parental fill and finish, and final packaging. He also provides strategic leadership of automation and execution systems. Matt has 20 years of industry experience across a variety of disciplines.

Christian Korner
Head of Life Sciences (US)
Siemens Digital Industries

Christian Korner leads the Life Sciences business for Siemens in the US. He joined Siemens straight out of university, where his first task was implementing and commissioning integrated DCS and MES technologies into highly automated pharmaceutical production plants. His passion for technology and people then led him to pursue a role as Technical Consultant, and eventually as a Corporate Account Manager, where he led the collaboration with one of Siemens’ key strategic partners.

Dashy Rajaratnam
Business Unit Manager

Dashy Rajaratnam is a seasoned automation engineer with over 15 years of industry experience, demonstrating a diverse range of skills and knowledge cultivated across four continents. Her career is distinguished by a proven track record, highlighted by her pivotal role as Lead Engineer in spearheading multiple simulation projects at CSL Behring. Dashy's perspective, gained through her global endeavors, has been instrumental in delivering innovative solutions that drive operational efficiency and enhance productivity.

Register Free: https://www.pharmtech.com/pt_w/recipe-driven-execution