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The mergers occurring in the life sciences industry have generated an unprecedented amount of activity, resulting in hundreds of billions of dollars in transactions. As a multidimensional endeavour with long-ranging repercussions, such decisions require well-planned strategies to reach a successful and financially beneficial outcome.
Offering a combination of business acumen and compliance expertise, COMS guides life sciences organizations in evaluating and executing each transaction from a quality, compliance, and regulatory point of view. By providing an objective evaluation of where the potential quality-related issues and opportunities reside, we offer a means of determining potential risks, identifying compliance issues, and ensuring that business objectives are reached.
As a compliance consulting firm, COMS provides customized strategies that cover the increasingly critical aspects of mergers, including pre-transaction compliance assessments, post-transaction integration, and often-overlooked cultural factors that may exist within the quality process. COMS due diligence tactics critically evaluate an acquisition target’s regulatory, quality, and operational characteristics to gain a complete perspective of the company from that all-inclusive point of view.
Our diverse skillset provides clients with insights into the level of integrity within the quality process at many levels, including:
- Facilities assessment.
- Organizational evaluations.
- Efficiency potential.
- Regulatory exposure.
- Full due diligence assessment of target products, processes, and procedures.
- Planning and execution for go-forward integration.
- Applications, platforms, and systems assessments and integration.
- Combining quality group talent assessment, retention, and organizational change planning.