Innovation is no accident...

...the question is:
a) how you will manage its realisation
b) how you will successfully present its realisation
c) and how credible it is

Agitaris stands out in innovation management through its integration of forecasts and operative processes. To begin with, an extensive analysis is taken to reveal business risks or as a company assessment. Then, if necessary, measures are formulated, assessed and put into practice in concert. Huge experience in life sciences helps in the realisation of concrete ideas.
In the role of general contractor, Agitaris sets up the team of experts according to the customer’s brief to enable it to realise project-specific solutions efficiently and effectively.

Agitaris assesses and installs innovation processes for SMEs doing business in life sciences. First, the assessment and expansion of product portfolios by existing and new products forms the basis of a company’s innovative power. This assessment covers the products’ medical, pharmaceutical and economic positioning. Second, the assessment of operative processes forms the basis for the successful implementation of the planned projects. The goal is to keep within budget and on-schedule implementation with minimal time-to-market.
If the planned projects are integrated into the existing processes, an authoritative and documented statement on financial prospects becomes available to owners, investors and/or banks with the goal of raising confidence in the presented figures.
The integration of this approach and the assessment of residual risks in the internal control system (ICS) complete the overall picture.

Realisation basically consists of these steps:
  • Process assessment and portfolio analysis
  • Multi-moment and risk analyses
  • Concept development
  • Decision on realisation by the customer
  • Definition of internal operational project team
  • Realisation
  • Review of effectiveness

Measurable results emerge at the end of the structured innovation process