The key challenges of my job include developing and promoting a specific vision of the Pierre Fabre supply chain and managing the transformation agenda on a daily basis.
I propose innovative solutions to help business processes, organizations and logistics information systems evolve. This work is part of a change management and transition phase securing approach.
I manage transversal project teams in France and worldwide, which comprise employees working in a variety of fields of activity: sales, logistics, industry, distribution, etc.
It’s a real project-mode job, where I work hand-in-hand with business experts to ensure that the choices made are highly effective.
I began my career in an English pharmaceutical laboratory, working on supply chain improvement programs. As the logistics project leader, I was involved in implementing a shared management process for supplies, rolling out a scaling-up scheduling process, among other things.
I went on to join a consultancy firm where I developed skills in information systems. This supply chain consultancy experience offered me the opportunity to work on projects that focused on implementing SAP modules for customers from the aeronautics and agri-supplies sectors.
In 2008, I joined Pierre Fabre Laboratories to manage transversal projects in the Group’s logistics and industrial expertise centre. Since then, I’ve had the opportunity to carry out operational assignments in demand-side management for pharmaceutical and healthcare activities.