Project Description

Prioritize the technology to focus additional development funding

A university-based non-profit founded to support development and efficient commercialization of compelling medical devices retained Strategy Inc. to help provide a framework for business focused decision making through robust analysis of the worldwide market opportunities for several emerging technologies.

 Strategy Inc. Proven Processes

At the direction of the Director of Business Development and Marketing, Strategy Inc. provided seven Technology Assessments with a comprehensive understanding of the market opportunity for a given technology royalty stream transfer potential. Each Technology Assessment contained the critical components to project the potential for successful commercialization:

  • Market Size
  • Market Analysis
  • Competitive Analysis
  • Clinical Adoption Projector
  • Current Reimbursement Landscape
  • Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats Analysis
  • Risk Analysis

 Strategy Inc. Generates Results

Strategy Inc.’s analysis provided the organization with top level market due diligence to focus resources and appropriately allocate funding to projects with the highest probability for commercial success.

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