Managing Director & Partner
Pepe Rodriguez is Boston Consulting Group's New Jersey office lead, and a core member of the Health Care and Operations practice areas at Boston Consulting Group. He leads the Digital Supply Chain topic for BCG globally. Pepe focuses his work on supply chain operations and transformation and works primarily with pharmaceutical and medical devices companies. He is also an expert in digital supply chain and advanced analytics for operations, having worked closely with BCG’s GAMMA team and supported teams across industries (consumer goods, industrial goods, and technology). Earlier in his career Pepe advised health care companies broadly on strategy, sales and marketing, and PMI. He worked for one year in BCG's Paris office.
Prior to joining BCG, Pepe worked for Tecnológico de Monterrey, a leading university in Mexico, where he was part of the university's internal consulting group leading strategy and operations projects both in education and health care.
Biopharma and medtech companies that adopt a digital-native approach can generate better outcomes, lower costs, and greater customer satisfaction.
Companies that rethink and reform their outbound distribution networks gain new sources of revenues, greater sustainability, a more resilient supply chain, and significant competitive advantages over slower-moving rivals.
The root cause of the problem lies not with technology but with how and where companies are applying it.
Efficiency in supply chain operations shouldn’t come at the expense of flexibility. Here’s how leading companies achieve both.
This LABtalk session gives an overview on our Digital Control Tower for end-to-end supply chain management, with selected examples of real implementation across multiple process industries. We will share a BCG proprietary tool developed with Platinion and GAMMA and integrating third-party solutions such as E2Open.
They improve the speed and quality of decisions as well as resilience and performance.
A big part of improving immunotherapy for patients may lie in digital technology and analytics.
Where digital efforts have fallen short—and how to use human-machine collaboration to take performance to the next level.
The COVID-19 pandemic provides some valuable lessons on how to mitigate potential risks in the future. Hint: technology is only part of the answer.
Digital technology allows for an unprecedented level of customization. Here’s how companies can unlock the potential value.