Pharosity Consulting is a management and technology consultancy dedicated to providing Strategic, Tactical and Operational guidance to Life Sciences manufacturers.
Our philosophy is built on the idea that no matter the challenge, a sound strategy enabled by pragmatic solutions leads to success. We also believe in ensuring our depth of knowledge and experience is brought to bear on every project we do. To make this happen, members of our management team don't just "sell" projects... they are staffed on the teams that deliver them. Performing key roles in project delivery allows us to bring you higher value, and it allows us to continue building our knowledge in an ever-evolving industry.
Our resources have been providing consulting services to Life Sciences manufacturers for over 18 years. We help our clients with strategies and operational improvements to meet the needs of evolving product portfolios, market and business environment changes, and organizational change. We've helped manufacturers of all sizes address challenges ranging from payer strategies to systems implementations.
The etymological origin of the word 'lighthouse' in many languages is Pharos, from the Greek name for one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. A massive light tower off the coast of Alexandria, Egypt, the Pharos was the tallest man-made structure for centuries, an accomplishment resulting from generations of careful planning, design and construction.
For centuries, lighthouses have provided guidance to others, assisting mariners navigating dangerous or difficult waters. Our brand is built on the idea of guidance. Pharosity Consulting works with its clients as they navigate challenges, issues and decisions. Our experience allows us to illuminate areas of risk and collaboratively identify the optimal path forward. Whether the need is strategic, tactical or operational in nature, Pharosity Consulting has the knowledge, expertise and know-how to help you achieve your goals.
Lighthouse of Alexandria: Drawing by archaeologist Hermann Thiersch (1909)