Steve Tallant

Steve Tallant
Steve Tallant is the Director of Product Management and Marketing. He is a software product management and marketing expert, with more than 25 years of experience exclusively in the software industry. He has worked in a myriad of vertical industry domains and software solutions including J2EE middleware, information lifecycle management and finance solutions. Steve joined Systech after over ten years in IBM’s Software Group. While at IBM, Steve was recognized twice with a President’s Volunteer Service Award for his dedicated service to several charitable organizations. He was selected to President’s Club at Princeton Softech (later acquired by IBM) for his contributions to the organization. While at HP, he was selected to speak at HP Software Universe, an invitation-only colleague-to-colleague excellence summit. Steve holds both undergraduate and master’s degrees from Villanova University in Pennsylvania. He is also a frequent guest lecturer and panelist for the Information Technology department of the Villanova School of Business.
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Recent Posts

2019-04-11 | Serialization and Beyond: A Post-Webinar Wrap Up – Part One

Systech has been conducting educational webinars on important market issues for many years now. Much of this has centered on getting our customers the information they need to meet major pharmaceutical serialization requirement mandates in the United States (DSCSA) and the European Union (FMD). Now, with these mandates “live”, customers are looking at value beyond compliance in their serialization environments and investments.

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2018-06-18 | EU Counterfeiting: Alive and Kicking Still

The European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) has just released a comprehensive report on counterfeiting and Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) infringement in the European Union.

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2018-04-06 | Serialization and Line Validation – the Impacts

One of the often-forgotten facets of a pharmaceutical serialization project is the requirement to revalidate the packaging line and process during implementation.  If companies need to purchase and implement new equipment to accommodate serialization, revalidation is expected.  But, like many companies, if retrofitting of existing equipment takes place, validation may not be thought of early enough in the project.  In either case, you may end up in a rush to write and execute several...

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2018-01-26 | The Power of One – One Wine Bottle

Last week, I received a notice from the manufacturer of my car that the front passenger side airbag of my make, model and year had an issue and recall notice.  However, the replacement part would not be available until Spring.  Until the part is replaced, nobody can sit in the front passenger seat due to the significant dangers if this airbag were to deploy.  What an annoyance, but how great is it that the manufacturer found me to provide the information and warning?

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2017-12-20 | 4 Pitfalls to Avoid in Your Serialisation Implementation

 

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2017-05-19 | Get Answers: GAMP

GAMP, also known as Good Automated Manufacturing Practice (GAMP) is both a technical subcommittee of the International Society for Pharmaceutical Engineering (ISPE) and a set of guidelines for manufacturers and users of automated systems in the pharmaceutical industry.

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2017-04-14 | Don’t Put Your Brand and Your Customer’s Loyalty at Risk!

By Steve Tallant, Director, Product Management and Marketing

Until recently, counterfeit health and beauty products could not be verified as the actual product, or authenticated, quickly and cost-effectively. Unfortunately, counterfeiters have been able to obtain printing and imaging technologies that mimic the real thing. Furthermore, Internet-based distribution outlets have proliferated, and it is difficult to tell an e-retailer that sells legitimate products from one selling counterfeits.

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