Comprehensive Company, Brand, and Pipeline Database Now ProvidesCompany-wide Access
NEWTOWN, PA, February 21, 2007 – The PharmaLive eKnowledgeBase, an online database with more than 26,000 records of drugs in development and brands on the market, is now available for corporate subscribers to provide company-wide access on a global scale. Developed by pharmaceutical business intelligence leader Engel Publishing Partners, the eKnowledgeBase provides users with information needed to prepare presentations and proposals and to conduct market research, portfolio evaluation, and competitive analysis.
eKnowledgeBase users can search for drug information by name, developer, chemical, class, disease, therapeutic category, indication, phase of development, dose form, marketer, and more. Company and product data includes pipeline analysis, product portfolio analysis, company contacts and news, and historical financial data including health-care revenue and annual R&D investment. Users are presented with the ability to view graphs and charts that illustrate data, create PDF reports, and export data into Excel™.
Through a partnership with MDRxFinancial, the PharmaLive eKnowledgeBase supplies comprehensive prescription trend information, including retail pill price, projected U.S. sales data, prescribing physicians, growth trends, average number of refills, scripts per doctor, quantity of pills or doses, total retail and new sales, market share, and total market.
About Engel Publishing Partners
For 25 years, Engel Publishing Partners has been the source that pharmaceutical executives turn to for the information they need to create competitive business strategies. Engel Publishing Partners carries a full product line, offering industry-leading publications, informative newsletters, and data-rich interactive products. Through these channels, Engel Publishing Partners disseminates original and un-biased content that provides insight into industry trends and events, as well as extensive analysis of companies, products, and pipelines.
Posted: February 2007