Three Key Strategies to an Optimal Functional Service Provider (FSP) Partnership

Research12/4/2023 6:00 PM

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As more and more organizations turn to the functional service provider (FSP) model for outsourcing their clinical development and post-marketing needs, this innovative webinar delves into three key strategies to create the optimal FSP partnership. Attendees of this webinar will gain insights into how PPD FSP Solutions helps clients meet their timelines with hard-to-find top-tier staff located throughout the world, and the benefits associated with employing global resources across time zones. The featured speakers will also discuss how FSP arrangements are an ideal model for expanding clinical research and post-marketing operations to non-footprint countries to maintain a broader global presence. To conclude the discussion, the speakers will address the critical factors of how a company should approach the identification and recruiting of talent for FSP engagements. At PPD FSP Solutions, they have leveraged their more than 25 years of experience to create a talent delivery strategy that focuses on meeting aggressive talent ramping plans for sponsors. After this webinar, you’ll know how to create the optimal FSP partnership to fill small gaps in services or outsource multiple functions across a portfolio, the benefits of employing global resources, and how to best identify and recruit talent for FSP engagements.


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PPD is a leading global Contract Research Organization (CRO) focused on delivering life-changing therapies. They offer a wide range of services, from early development to Phase II-IV clinical trial management, biostatistics, clinical data management, clinical trial monitoring, and more. PPD is committed to providing clinical trial certainty and reliability, combining expertise with advanced data capabilities. With their global presence, they have a strong track record in helping their customers develop and bring new therapies to market.