January 11, 2016

IntegriChain Launches Builder Business Intelligence Tool for Rapidly Creating Customized Visualizations for Healthcare Channel Insights

Leading healthcare channel management cloud company enhances power and ease of channel analytics and drives down TCO of channel data

IntegriChain BuilderPhiladelphia, PA, January 11, 2016 IntegriChain, a rapidly growing cloud company focused on channel management for healthcare suppliers, today announced the launch of IntegriChain Builder, a new business intelligence tool offering quick, easy, and cost-effective creation of customized visualizations of healthcare channel data. With IntegriChain Builder, healthcare manufacturers can quickly create and share customized reports, charts, and dashboards using their own channel data, revealing channel insights and trends faster. This offering provides healthcare manufacturers a 360-degree view of the downstream channel by merging disparate data sets and enabling customized calculations and reporting while reducing both time spent on data analysis and interpretation and expenses for custom reports and data extraction.

display-integrichain-builder“IntegriChain Builder enables our leading healthcare manufacturer customers to create elegant visualizations, quickly exposing key data insights and trends to drive healthcare channel collaboration and daily business management—without hours of spreadsheet work or outsourcing to build reports,” said Sunay Shah, Executive Director, Product Management, of IntegriChain. “By delivering near real-time intelligence and analysis, IntegriChain Builder radically improves the actionability of channel analytics, driving down the total cost of ownership of wholesaler and specialty data sources while maximizing the value of manufacturer investments in data agreements.”

Learn more about IntegriChain Builder.

About IntegriChain

IntegriChain is the leading channel management cloud used by healthcare suppliers, including nine of the top-10 pharmaceutical manufacturers, to drive channel collaboration and to improve the efficiency of how products reach customers. Pharmaceutical, biopharm/specialty pharma, generics, and consumer health suppliers use IntegriChain to manage their supply chain relationships, inventories, and orders across a vast network of retailers, ecommerce, and distributors. As a suite of informed applications and analytics built on top of aggregated channel inventory and point-of-sale (POS) data, IntegriChain provides customer operations, national accounts, and finance teams with a collaborative, agile, and mobile alternative to ERP and homegrown systems. By embedding big-data customer insights into daily business processes, IntegriChain helps control the high cost of product distribution while improving product availability, ensuring a higher level of revenue predictability and maximizing distribution investment. More than $200 billion in annual US commerce and 2.0 billion transactions flow through the IntegriChain Cloud annually. For more information, visit and follow us on Twitter @IntegriChain.

IntegriChain is a registered trademark of IntegriChain Incorporated. All other trademarks are property of their respective owners.

Jennifer Guinan | Sage Strategic Marketing

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