Dave Cassett

Dave Cassett
Dave is a Project Engineering Lead for Systech International, working to realize high-quality implementations of Systech serialization solutions for our global customers. He is well-studied in the standards and technologies used in serialization implementations, including data formatting and exchange standards, data carriers, software systems, and automation technologies. His projects have been installed in North America, Europe, and Asia, to produce goods for markets such as the US, China, Latin American countries, and Europe, in industries including pharmaceuticals, medical devices, semiconductors, and food/beverage. Dave began working with serialization in 2003, with the thesis project for his Master’s degree in supply-chain management at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He received his Bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from the University of Utah.
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Recent Posts

2019-01-07 | Systech UniSeries rises to the repackaging challenge

Drug repackagers face unique challenges under the Drug Quality and Security Act (DQSA), driven by their distinctive position in the pharmaceutical supply chain. One major US drug repackager needed a solution with a wide breadth of features and comprehensive configurability to get in compliance with DQSA so they reached out to Systech for assistance.

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2017-10-20 | The Lexicon of Serialization: Terms You Need to Know

 

Serialization forms the new basis for the ongoing effort to secure the supply chain—most significantly the pharmaceutical supply chain, but also increasingly in other sectors. However, it is only the foundation on which other technologies are built to add this sought-after security. Serialization goes far beyond placing a number on a box.  These associated technologies, and the terms used to describe them, are explained here.

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2017-09-08 | Diversion in the Pharmaceuticals Market

By Dave Cassett

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2017-08-11 | What is Aggregation?

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2017-07-07 | What is Serialization?

By Dave Cassett

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