How it started
As the name might suggest, PharmaSecure, was founded to enable safety and authenticity in pharmaceuticals. Launched in 2007 in New Hampshire, USA, it focused on software solutions for tackling drug counterfeiting. Today, we are a global leader in pharmaceutical supply chain traceability and serialisation.
First commercial client signed
psConnect commercial launch Solution running on 100 lines
One billion products protected
5 million verifications
3.5 billion codes distributed Bagged biggest hardware order
Over 13 years of expertise in implementing worldwide pharmaceutical regulations
We’ve supported some of the largest pharmaceutical companies to meet the traceability requirements of countries such as India, Turkey, the EU, Saudi Arabia and the United States. Products coded by PharmaSecure are currently distributed in more than 50 countries across the globe.
In July 2012, PharmaSecure became the first company to partner with the INTERPOL Global Register.
We were one of the first companies to be approved by the Nigerian FDA (NAFDAC) as a provider of the scratch-and-text Mobile Authentication Service (MAS). This solution has dramatically reduced the counterfeiting of antimalarial and antibiotic drugs in Nigeria.
More than supply chain visibility and anti-counterfeiting
Apart from supply chain solutions, we also offer a multi-channel loyalty platform. Blending superior technology and behavioural science, our loyalty software helps businesses better retain, engage and communicate with their customers and channel members.
Nakul Pasricha is the President & CEO of PharmaSecure. He has over 20 years’ experience in using technology to solve pressing problems in financial services and healthcare. Earlier, Nakul worked at Citibank and GE Capital in the US and India respectively, having served as CIO of GE’s consumer finance business in India.
George Jones focuses on multiple hardware, software, and service sectors for Woodside Capital Partners. He has over 30 years of operating experience and advises semiconductor, embedded software, batteries, energy storage, and renewable energy companies on M&A and strategic financing transactions. Prior to Woodside Capital Partners, George served in general management, sales, and marketing roles at public and private companies including AppliedMicro (AMCC, now MACOM), RMI (now Broadcom), VLSI Technology, and more recently as a mentor/advisor at 500 Global and Silicon Catalyst. George has been based in Silicon Valley for most of his career and has executed M&A transactions as a deal lead for public, private, domestic, and international entities. George earned an MBA at Wharton and a Bachelor of Electrical Engineering degree at Georgia Tech. He is also a founding member of Sand Hill Angels, a leading angel investment group in Silicon Valley where he has served as a board member and leader over the years.
Sarosh Kumana is a real estate entrepreneur and angel investor with over 30 years of start-up and management experience. He is the president of PIP Inc. and of Pacific Capital Management. He has also been among the managerial heads of few other leading company’s across USA.