Managed Services include full-service support and account management by our revenue software experts. Our team takes a hands-on approach to establish a secure, streamlined workflow. You get the benefits of our software without having to master it.
The division of labor is simple. Our support team drives the software execution, updates, and configures the modules to your existing processes. Your team strategizes and manages the outcomes. Leave integration and maintenance to us. Users maintain full visibility into the software process and have 24/7 access to analytics, reporting, and other deliverable downloads.
There is a lot more to us than off-the-shelf software.
Revenue Management (RM) applications have their limitations. They are a one-size-fits-all solution with little room for modifications and minimal support. Here lies the issue; while these programs may work for some industries, Life Sciences companies require more robust, streamlined, and flexible solutions. We bridge the gap between off-the-shelf RM applications and fully extensible and insightful Revenue Management software.
REVENUE MANAGEMENT SAAS ADVISORY SERVICES
Would you prefer to take the reins under the guidance of our specialized professionals? KERnel’s advisory services are the optimal option for pharmaceutical companies without in-house SaaS specialists or robust IT resources that can be dedicated to a SaaS project. This oversight role ensures the Revenue Management SaaS project deliverables and other measurements of success are achieved while it supplements your relationship with the software vendor in Program Management. Your organization will receive customized leadership that aligns with your current Revenue Management infrastructure and SaaS goals.
Mergers & Acquisitions
Our data hub and aligned services, we provide a systematic approach with pre-configured data extraction and reconciliation capabilities. Leverage our robust repository of Life Sciences Revenue Management data rules and systematic approach to alleviate time constraints that are often associated with an ad-hoc process.