Orchestrating the rollout of capabilities to coincide with the approval of the new therapy can make all the difference for a successful launch.
You know you need new capabilities and you know you need technology to support those capabilities.
This is a critical time for your organization. Triverus Launch Services help insure you have the right capabilities at the right time. Our proven approach, accelerator assets and experienced teams help you ensure readiness and execute the plan.
Our Launch Readiness Service answers the questions “what do you need” and “when do you need it”. We follow our proven approach to create a detailed roadmap of initiatives that are right-sized for your organization.Talk to one of our experts
Our Launch PMO Service helps you execute the roadmap. Some organizations have an existing IT team and others are building from scratch. We meet you where you are and bring experienced professionals and partner relationships to form the core of your Launch PMO team.Talk to one of our experts
In addition to our Launch Services, we can support Life Sciences companies in a number of ways. We combine our Technology Services with our Life Sciences expertise to bring you industry-focused solutions to common challenges.
These services take many different forms and often include:
Triverus worked with a Life Sciences company on a Data Protection Strategy following the launch of their first commercial product. As part of this engagement, Triverus led the assessment of the client’s information exposure and developed an actionable set of initiatives to address the information protection needs of the client’s growing business.
The Finance Department required a significant effort to reconcile the value of inventory in the inventory sub-ledger and the general ledger. Failure to complete this reconciliation could create risk for Sarbanes-Oxley compliance.
Triverus helped a Life Sciences company understand their current state of information storage, transfer and access, identified potential risks and recommended future state improvements to the organization’s data access and protection.
A biotechnology company specializing in genetic diseases embarked on a journey to mature how it handles and manages information with the goal of ensuring that the right information is available to the right people at the right time in an efficient, secure and compliant manner. The company anticipated significant growth in business capabilities and the addition of new systems to support those capabilities, all of which will generate more data.
Triverus was engaged to create an Information Asset Management (IAM) roadmap with the goal of establishing an enterprise information architecture to guide the identification, storage, protection, transmission and access of vital information assets in support of business objectives. The IAM initiative was focused on identifying critical data and documents used in core business processes across the organization with the architecture, methods, policies and procedures used to manage the company's information assets.
The IAM Roadmap provided a current state view and initiative definitions sequenced across a 3+ year time horizon that answered the following questions:
The client, a clinical stage pharmaceutical company, dedicated to developing potential therapies for neurodegenerative diseases was seeking a partner to assist in developing a sustainable enterprise data protection program to mitigate data liability, support regulatory compliance and serve the needs of the business. As a result of the engagement, Triverus successfully delivered a baseline assessment to understand the client’s cyber security environment and identify gaps, a high-level program roadmap to improve the company’s data protection posture, a management model for program oversight and a foundational set of security policies and procedures.
Triverus led a strategic engagement focused on a new, global, Cloud-based Analytics Platform focused on helping customers leverage their laboratory data, metadata, improve processes and compliance. This platform also implements advanced data analysis to understand and respond to customer usage of both hardware and software products to further develop and deliver enhanced and new products and services to the marketplace. This program focused on enabling three distinct teams to plan and execute high quality software delivery with predictability, adopt lean-agile principles and practices, and work with senior leadership to implement continuous improvement across the organization.
A biotechnology company focusing on clinical stage pharmaceuticals was embarking on a journey to mature how it handles and manages information. Their goal is to provide access to the appropriate information to the appropriate stakeholders in a secure and readily accessible manner, however based on recent events there was increased urgency to mature the Information Asset Management (IAM) process to address the following challenges:
At a pre-commercial biotechnology company, Triverus was engaged to execute a Commercial Launch Roadmap engagement. At the time, the client was 12 months from launch but had no IT presence in the organization. Triverus met with business leadership across the commercial, supply chain, medical, market access, finance and HR groups to determine the needs of the biotechnology company and define a right-sized roadmap and budget for launch.
A clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company, focused on developing therapies to improve the lives of patients diagnosed with cancer, received “priority status” for its first approval. Being fast-tracked for approval heightened the need to quickly transform the company from a clinical development organization to a commercial one.
A biopharmaceutical company had defined a strategic goal of simplifying and enhancing its global regulatory compliance capabilities. The company had adopted several compliance tools but had yet to define the required business rules and configure the tools effectively across their organization.
Triverus worked with the organization to assess its current data governance capabilities and implement a program to meet the company’s data privacy and records management goals within three quarters.