Article | May 4, 2021

Mutual Understanding: The Art Of Successful Technology Transfer

By Sam Ricchezza, President, North America Operations, Bora Pharmaceuticals

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Understanding is the foundation of a successful outsourcing relationship. When it comes time to outsource a pharmaceutical project, the drug developer must share the results of their hard work and innovation in the R&D lab or at the production site with the manufacturing contractor.

It is vital this manufacturing (and packaging) information is fully understood by the CDMO so the bench top science can be scaled and commercialized or the current manufacturing can be accomplished at another location. Technical transfer – the process during which all the drug information is shared with the contractor – is therefore critical.

Technology transfer – whether it concerns a manufacturing process, analytics and packaging or knowledge – is critical to ensuring the contractor fully understands how best to implement its client’s Intellectual Property.

Each tech transfer operation is different. However, there are common steps that can be used to give the process the best chance of success.

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