CRO Analytics Performer™ Can Provide Your Strategic Relationships with Transparency, Improved Operational Efficiency & Innovation!

Strategic partnerships are no more successful than traditional outsourcing models, according to a recent  Outsourcing-Pharma.com article by Dan Stanton.  Partnerships still have problems with lack of trust & transparency, inconsistent practices, differing outsourcing models and lack of innovation.  As a result, strategic partnerships have not improved operational efficiency.

CRO Analytics’ Performer™ can improve your strategic relationships by incorporating Sponsor View and CRO View into current KPI/Metrics structures.  Performer™ Sponsor View assesses strategic provider operational performance on every study in real-time by measuring over 125 skill and functional areas.  Additionally, Performer™ provides outsourcing/operational/governance leaders and study teams with early warning as to performance issues that may lead to larger study deliverable delays via in-trial alerts.

Similar to Sponsor View, CRO View collects and assesses sponsor performance from the CRO/Strategic Partner perspective.  By incorporating Sponsor View and CRO View, there is a dynamic operational performance feedback loop providing actionable data in real-time and standardized performance data can also be discussed during regular Governance meetings.  Combine Performer™ Sponsor View and CRO View with your current KPI/metrics and you’ll have a comprehensive Relationship and Performance Management system based on DATA.

PerformerTM capabilities and benefits to Sponsor/CRO Strategic Relationships are:

More Effective Relationship Management:

  1. Improves strategic relationship profitability by improving operational efficiency
  2. Establishes a platform for data driven relationship management
  3. Embeds operational performance transparency into governance structure
  4. Strengthens partnerships through greater accountability
  5. Identification of best practices through trend analysis
  6. Pinpoints where high impact operational improvements should be made
  7. Allows the measurement of effectiveness of corrective action

Reduce Study Delays:

  1. In-trial data and alerts allow immediate changes
  2. Leading vs. lagging indicators prevent problems before they occur
  3. Root-cause analysis of delays possible in minutes versus weeks
  4. Identify operational improvements with the biggest impact