Keeping Big Businesses in Good Health
From global pharmaceutical companies to exciting beauty brands, we keep some of the world’s biggest businesses performing at their peak.
In a sector where customer care matters as much as speed, organizations are working closely with their supply chains to drive innovation, commercial viability, and speed to market.
It’s critical for Procurement to understand the customer, science, and systems behind the industry, aligning clear and creative approaches to business needs that impact outcomes, and top and bottom line.
Specialist Procurement Solutions
To accelerate results in your organization, we deploy procurement specialists with real-world experience in the Health and Pharma sector and bring fresh insights from the outside, explaining how other organizations have faced similar challenges.
We work closely and collaboratively with you, immersing ourselves in your world to understand your needs and deliver fast and sustainable impact. We help organizations by;
- Creating future-fit procurement strategies and functions
- Enabling teams with the best capabilities and insights
- Optimizing supplier expenditure and outcomes
- Delivering complex transformation and change programs
In a world where the supply chain is so critical to business performance, enhancing Procurement could be the cure to improving customer outcomes. Every business faces different challenges, so speak to our specialists today about yours.
See how we help businesses and brands perform at their peak through procurement.
The Health and Pharma sector faces numerous challenges with an ageing population, expiring patents, uncertain reimbursement models, increasing costs, and the rising demands of patients, customers, and regulatory bodies. Technology continues to impact the market, from R&D all the way to customer experience and product access. While presenting new opportunities, this also opens the market up to new and disruptive entrants. Procurement is often cited as being mature in the pharma side of the sector. This presents its own challenges as CPOs seek improvement at the leading edge, often without peer benchmarks or clear pathways. Furthermore, when pushing the boundaries of procurement, there is often a risk of losing sight of the basics of cost management.