With digital transformation, the pharmaceutical, chemical and food industries are able to rely on new high-performance tools in order to rise to their challenges and handle major upgrades.

Different realities, same stakes

Faster innovation cycles require flexible logistical chains that can be adjusted rapidly, and that are in line with regulatory, safety and environmental requirements.

The pharmaceuticals sector is moving from being a biological industry towards precision medicine. Chemistry is becoming segmented into different speciality fields and applications that are pushing industrial borders and increasing exchange between the different entities on a global scale. These new paradigms require traceability and control over export and transport flows. The Food Industry is becoming globalised with more and more specialised units. Demands are becoming more and more specific by the day, and customers more and more geographically remote and spread out. Logistical coordination throughout the production chain, as well as between complex entities and numerous partners is vital. Big Data offers a solution in these new environments: analysing and correlating scientific and sociological data for different regions, but also for diseases in order to design and master new logistical models.

Gfi covers a wide spectrum here: 

  • Proven know-how in business processes
  • Knowledge of technical standards & data (GxP, CFR21, REACH, GS1…)
  • Quality assurance certification and drug validation
  • Distribution models (wholesale, dispensaries, hospitals, inter-companies)
  • Management of physical flows (WMS) and weighing (XFP…)
  • Link between scheduling and production (ERP/APS)
  • Batch serialisation and management
  • Quality control (ERP/LIMS/EHS)
  • Multichannel portal

Expertise in relevant software solutions

  • SAP, Hybris
  • JD Edwards
  • Liferay, Magento
  • ORIAM

The experience of a dedicated software solution publisher

  • Patient records
  • Biological samples
  • Clinical trials

People who trust us

Over 50 consultants specialising in Life Science issues have offered our customers support in recent years:

  • Pharmaceutical: SERVIER, SANOFI, MEDA, ARKOPHARMA, ASTRAZENECA
  • Chemical: ARKEMA, SOLVAY
  • Food industry: CARGILL, MANE, DAREGAL, ROUSSELOT, KERRY
  • Cosmetics: Yves Rocher, Uriage

Linked articles

Inetum supports French student solidarity fund and will pursue its commitment to the new generation by recruiting 400 students and young graduates in 2021
Inetum supports French student solidarity fund and will pursue its commitment to the new…

For several years already Inetum (formely Gfi) has been mobilized to employ young people. The group has now announced that it will be recruiting 400 students and young graduates in 2021. At the same time, the IT services company is maintaining partnerships developed around the country with universities and grandes écoles in the scope of its Campus by Inetum programme. The group will also support Fonds de Solidarité Des Etudiants (FSDE), a solidarity initiative from students to collect donations from companies and individuals and hand these out to students who have the most need thereof, to help them study and live in decent conditions.

Jean-François Penciolelli joins Inetum as Executive Vice-President and Head of Public Sector and Healthcare.
Jean-François Penciolelli joins Inetum as Executive Vice-President and Head of Public Sector and …

Jean-François Penciolelli, expert in IT management, sales development and strategic consulting for over 25 years, has been appointed as Executive Vice-President and Head of the Public Sector and Healthcare Division at Inetum. This appointment affirms the IT services company’s intention to develop and consolidate its existing business in the public sector and healthcare amidst the Covid-19 pandemic that has accelerated teleworking practices and paperless services to citizens.

Employees and managers agree on the need to accelerate the digitalisation of their companies, but differ on the goals
Employees and managers agree on the need to accelerate the digitalisation of their companies,…

The survey reveals that even if digital transformation is already under way and seen as fundamental to the upheavals caused by the health crisis, it is not yet a reality in all organisations. However, it is seen as a motivating perspective, a necessary adjustment, and a source of benefits for all stakeholders, including employees. While the health crisis is reshuffling the cards in many sectors, bringing to the fore those that have managed to get digitalised early and adapt fast, it is time for organisations to look at the opportunities and obstacles that this digital acceleration brings. For Inetum, it shows the urgency of harnessing digital flow to make it a real driver of the impact that organisations can have on the economy and on society.

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