Author: James Burke, CSO, Alliance Life Sciences
The goal is clear: reduce revenue leakage in the rebate and chargeback process. But this is no simple task, especially when dealing with many firms attempting to offer outsourced services without clear measurements for success.
What pharma companies need today is a disciplined and engineered approach to attack today’s challenges that combines enterprise-class revenue management technology with world-class expertise and insights to uncover weaknesses and opportunities — everything from data quality to contract strategy optimization.
What you need is a business process outsourcing (BPO) that offers a choice between the two standard, industry-leading platforms, Model N® and Revitas®, to find the right fit for your organization. What we’re offering is an industry first: a unique turnkey BPO suite that builds upon either of these standard, industry-leading platforms to give life sciences manufacturers the ability to maximize revenue.
Why this approach? We know our clients value choice. We understand that one size does not fit all. And we are all about giving our clients the best solutions. With more than 10 BPO customers live and new customers being added, we have created a new and better BPO model for pharmaceutical and medical device manufacturers.
We also have a 100-percent track record for reducing revenue leakage in the rebate and chargeback process. Our clients trust our revenue management skills, and our ability to align the platforms and business processes for optimal results.
In comparison to other BPO providers, Alliance brings more value to the platforms with our leading roster management and class of trade solution, MemberCentric™. We give our BPO customers this additional option so that they can improve the accuracy and integrity of inbound membership data, gain process efficiencies and reduce compliance risk.
Looking at the big picture, how do our clients benefit? We make it possible for them to reach deeper into their business processes, reduce costs, enhance performance and focus on core activities. These are the keys to succeeding on a global scale.