Who We Are
The people you want to work with.
We don’t just get things done, we have a good time along the way. Pharmica consultants are incredibly … normal. We relate. We’ll leave you with great results and great stories too.
Since 2005, our consultants have been on the front lines of every aspect of the biopharma industry’s changes. We temper our acumen with your company’s unique particulars, so you get the best solution.
We bring clarity and results to your problems – not more meetings and slideware. Pharmica consultants have the focus and flexibility to bring great ideas from the back of the napkin to the forefront of your organization.
How we help you Get Better.
Technology Solutions & ImplementationPutting new tools in place so you can Get Better results.
Data Visualization & AnalyticsHarvesting and simplifying data so you can Get Better insights.
Process ImprovementStreamlining and coordinating work so you can Get Better reliability.
Organizational ChangeCultivating understanding in your group so you can Get Better outcomes.
Compliance & QualityDesigning conformity for standards so you can Get Better consistency.
Vendor Selection & ManagementUnderstanding how best to collaborate so you Get Better partnerships.
Content StrategyStreamlining and organizing your information so you Get Better knowledge.
OperationsProviding resources when they're needed most so you can Get Better work.
Resource & Portfolio ManagementUnderstanding needs and facilitating plans so you can Get Better execution.
Patient EngagementListening and integrating patient voice so you can Get Better engagement.
We are not “those” consultants.
For over ten years, Pharmica Consulting has been focused on helping the BioPharma industry maximize the contribution to their companies’ bottom lines. We combine extensive R&D and marketing experience with business management expertise to help make sound business decisions. We help your organization get better so that your scientists can do what they do best. Change in BioPharma has become increasingly unrelenting; and our industry’s landscape is more fluid than ever. Pharmica consultants are singled out for their industry understanding and focus on execution – but we’re most proud of our reputation as relatable, likeable people who make getting work done easy. Our vast experience and tailored consulting methodologies are the driving forces behind helping companies make distinctive and lasting improvements. Pharmica consultants come from Pharma R&D, marketing, and corporate backgrounds – not new grads or other industry transplants – so we can start improving your business on day one.
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