Ryan Kelly

Principal Consultant at Kelly Consulting Services LLC

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Ryan Kelly is a consultant focused on the Pharmaceutical and Healthcare Industries.

He has eleven years of experience focused on implementing strategic and complex projects including: pharmaceutical serialization, mergers and acquisitions, operating model design, enterprise risk management, network design, and compliance with both FDA and DEA requirements.

He has led and executed on technology implementations including ERP, Warehouse Management Systems, Transportation Management Systems, and Warehouse Control Systems.

These projects enhance business performance, improve return on investment, enable compliance and support expansion into new markets.

Ryan has been providing support for serialization solutions since 2008 and has worked with the Healthcare Distribution Alliance and GS1 to support of industry wide track and trace initiatives.

His experience is focused in:
-Pharmaceutical Serialization and Track-and-Trace Solutions
-Program and project management
-Supply Chain, Logistics and Distribution Strategy
-Mergers & Acquisitions
-Operating Model Design
-Business Process Improvement
-ERP and Supply Chain Systems Integration
-Supply Chain and Enterprise Risk Management

work Experience

Principal Consultant

Kelly Consulting Services LLC

October 2016 - Present

Supply chain and technology consulting services focused on the Pharmaceutical industry in serialization (Track & Trace) programs, supply chain strategy, mergers & acquisitions, risk management, logistics and distribution.

Focused services include
-Product Serialization and Enterprise Track and Trace
-Enterprise and Supply Chain Risk Management
-Pharmaceutical distribution network and facility optimization
-Large Scale Systems Implementation and IT Program Execution

Transaction Advisory Services (M&A) support related to:
-Due Diligence
-Acquisition Readiness and Support
-Divestiture Management (MSA/TSA)
-Post Acquisition/Merger Integration
-Operating Model Effectiveness