A guide for portfolio managers, business analysts, formulary directors, and more…
Navigating the myriad service providers for biopharmaceutical business intelligence can be daunting.
Just like a Swiss Army knife, many biopharmaceutical industry professionals integrate a number of sources to serve their business intelligence needs. To help you narrow down your choices and build your custom intelligence stack, we have reviewed some of the leading services.
We present here an overview of some of the more mature biologic and pharmaceutical business intelligence services:
DrugPatentWatch was founded in 2002 and provides global business intelligence on biologic and small molecule drugs. More than 1 million patents and patent applications in 130+ countries are included. Use cases include identifing market entry opportunities and informing portfolio management decisions; identifying first generic entrants, and; finding prior art in abandoned and expired patents and applications.
GlobalData provides data and insights into the global pharmaceutical market. Research solutions include clinical trials, epidemiology intelligence, and focused modules available across 14 key therapy areas.
Tarius provides global regulatory information for Human Drugs, Biologics, Medical Devices, IVDs. They cover than 100 countries, regions and international organizations across the world.
Pharmaprojects presents end-to-end tracking of the global pharma R&D pipeline from bench to patient, including company development trends, global development status, and therapeutic class status. Use cases include tracking new molecular targets entering pipelines and in-and-out licensing activity. Pharmaprojects also links to Trialtrove’s clinical trial intelligence.
BioCentury BCIQ combines reports published by BioCentury with four relational databases: The Deal Analyst database contains deal profiles and updates; the Pipeline Analyst database presents licensing opportunities; the Financial Analyst database presents investment opportunities; the Company Analyst database provides detailed profiles and analysis of life science companies.
IPD Analytics forecasts new product entry, loss of exclusivity, and other competitive factors impacting product positioning and life cycles within healthcare and technology sectors.
Cortellis provides information in three modules. Clinical Trials Intelligence covers trial designs, endpoints, combination therapies, and adverse events; Competitive Intelligence presents pipelines, deals, financials, forecasts, and company profiles, and; Regulatory Intelligence helps track regulatory changes, understand submission routes and local practices, compare regulatory requirements across countries, and conduct pre- and post-marketing pharmacovigilance.
AdisInsight publishes profiles of drug programs, clinical trials, safety reports, and company deals, “written by scientists.” The datasets covered by AdisInsight include drugs, trials, deals and safety.
Medtrack provides data on pharma/biotech companies, products, patents, deals, licenses, and venture capital financing.
Clarivate Life Sciences
Clarivate publishes content and analytics to support companies in diverse industries. For the life sciences Clarivate has intelligence solutions in the categories of Clinical & Regulatory, Competitive Intelligence & Business Development, and Discovery & Preclinical Research
PharmaCircle delivers content, global insight, and analysis on the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, medical device and animal health industries. Coverage includes research, development, regulatory, clinical, and commercial activities opportunities and make informed decisions.DrugPatentWatch. Originally published at What are the top Biopharmaceutical Business Intelligence Services?
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