Running a Tight Request for Proposal Process; Part 3
Previously, I discussed data normalization of the proposal information, short listing, and the process of qualifying a shortlisted service provider. In this final blog on pharmaceutical outsourcing, I am going to focus on the quality audit, the contract review process, and project kick-off. Read more ›
Running a Tight Request for Proposal Process; Part 2
In my last blog, I began discussing the front-end of the Request for Proposal (RFP) process that is typical in pharmaceutical outsourcing: research, confidentiality, publishing the RFP, and establishing clear deadlines. In Part 2 of this blog, I am going to discuss data normalization of the proposal information, shortlisting, and the process of qualifying a short-listed service provider.
Read more ›
Running a Tight Request for Proposal Process; Part 1
With the continued trend of increased outsourcing in the biopharma industry, a significant level of importance is being placed on the Request for Proposal (RFP) process. This makes sense – without a systematic approach to developing the RFP, soliciting bids from service providers, and then normalizing the bid information into a comprehensive package, it is possible to get muddled during contract award. Over the years, Bio-Processing Alliance has run more than 40 RFP processes, amounting to more than $40 million dollars in awarded contracts through our pharmaceutical outsourcing service. Read more ›
In the last seven years, Bio Processing Alliance, Inc. (BPAI) has established itself as a leader in the biologics consulting business. Since the company’s inception, our commitment has been to enhance our client’s company value by awarding and effectively delivering, biopharma development and manufacturing programs all over the world in support of clinical and commercial phase products. If you are just learning about our company, here are four things we want you to know about working with Bio-Processing Alliance. Read more ›