IntegriChain Launches GTN Analytics, Improving Visibility and Predictability of Life Science’s Critical Forecasting and Accrual Processes
Advances comprehensive Market Access data and visualization across company’s applications, data products, and managed services
IntegriChain, a leading data and managed services company helping Life Sciences manufacturers deliver access to innovative therapies that significantly improve patient lives, announced the availability of GTN Analytics, a new offering complementing the company’s Gross-to-Net (GTN) applications and managed services. GTN Analytics improves Life Sciences manufacturers’ visibility to comprehensive market access datasets that power the accuracy of GTN accruals and forecasting processes, delivers best practices GTN reports and metrics, and offers visualizations of GTN trends that allow for better accrual and net-price predictability and decision-making. This release advances IntegriChain’s strategy to deliver the industry’s first Market Access data access and visualization platform, powering the company’s applications, data products, and managed services.
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“Business strategy in Life Sciences is often stymied because of the inability to connect the impact of channel, contracting, and pricing decisions on net profitability and demand realization,” said Josh Halpern, IntegriChain Co-Founder and EVP of Product and Strategy. “GTN Analytics is a big leap forward in delivering the unified data and analytics environment that Market Access and Finance teams need to break down the silos holding back gross-to-net visibility. With this release, our platform is the first in the industry to join together gross-to-net accrual forecasting with actual channel and product utilization data in a common analytics environment to deliver comprehensive, accurate, and trusted GTN insights to manufacturers.”
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“At IntegriChain, we see gross-to-net as much more than the financial management of closing the books,” said Jen Sharpe, IntegriChain Segment Leader, Gross-to-Net. “Our vision is that gross-to-net must encompass every dataset, assumption, contract term, and methodology to create a single, credible system of truth and forecast accuracy to drive decision-making and strategy throughout the manufacturer, not just for the financial team but also for the entire operational organization. Our customers that are leveraging the combination of our gross-to-net, contracts and pricing, and channel solutions will see immediate benefits from their investment in IntegriChain as a unified platform.”
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