The Logistics Management Information System (LMIS) is part of a complete solution to support transformation of the supply chain. Vitalliance partners with clients offering services from our African Support Centre services, and leveraging the One Network Humanitarian Aid Network.
This network (with a specific Humanitarian Aid industry core) is purpose-built for Pharmaceutical Supply Chain clients on a patented, multiparty platform which enables backward compatibility for never legacy version management. This means you’re always running on the latest platform release with your customizations supported.
Because the LMIS runs on the network, it connects all parties, and all systems. It spans the supply chain network from the supplier for the initial procurement through to the last mile delivery at the clinic. It provides a universal collaboration platform for the Ministry of Health, extended suppliers, service providers and clients (hospitals, clinics, patients).
With all parties and all data on a single network, you get more informed decisions and proactive collaborative planning and execution, which means better patient service at much lower costs.
Full visibility enables each transaction to be tracked for performance and all products to be tracked to determine locations, inventory levels, and shipment milestones, along with performance indicators which identify opportunities to drive continuous improvement.
Fundamental to the creation of a single source for transaction is the support we will provide to drive data collation, quality and analysis. This informs exception root cause analysis which informs corrective actions and is vital for effective and efficient operational change management.
We encourage rapid learning with our shadowing techniques through the build and operate stages of any deployment to build knowledge and skill sets within our client’s team for those who will eventually be accountable for the functions.
Learn more about Vitalliance’s comprehensive solutions and services for the Humanitarian Aid and Pharmaceutical Supply Chains.