Pharmalite Pilot Program
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Thank you for considering the Pharmalite Pilot Program! We are excited that you’ve chosen to take a closer look at our product and are confident that the features will empower your field users and managers.

The Pilot Program allows your team to fully explore the benefits of Pharmalite with your data. Our team will meet with you and decide the scope of the pilot. If you have any questions about the pilot program, please contact us at

Pilot Program Timeline

  • Define the Pilot Scope
  • Training and Set-up Meetings
  • Check-ins Calls
  • Follow-Up and Next Steps

Pilot Scope

Prior to meeting with our team, define the scope below:
  • Who are the participants of the pilot program including users, managers, and support personnel?
  • What are the user roles and expectations for each role?
  • What are the essential features you want to see during the pilot? If possible, list these in order of priority
  • What non-essential features would be nice-to-have?

Training and Set-up Meetings

Once we receive your pilot application, we will contact you and ask the following:
  • When is the kick-off date?
  • When is the best time to meet, and who are the participants in the training and set-up meetings?
  • Who is the point of contact for this project?
  • What is the duration of the pilot program?
  • What is the preferred method of feedback?


During the pilot, we will host daily meetings with your team to review any questions, feature change requests, or issue reports. Its our goal to work closely with you during this period so you can fully test drive Pharmalite.

Follow-Up and Next Steps

At the end of the pilot, a meeting will be held with all participants to discuss results, concerns, enhancements, and next steps.

Frequently Asked Questions:

What is the duration of the pilot?

An ideal pilot time is 6-8 weeks. During this period, you will be able to test all features in a real-world environment, provide feedback and determine whether the product is ideal for your going forward plans.

When will the pilot program begin?

Pilot start and end time are determined in the initial phases. A well-defined plan is agreed upon with time available to introduce the concept to your team, , This is important for tracking and measuring results.

Who are the participants in the pilot?

Include the name, roles, and locations of the participants in the pilot. Include participants that are ready to utilize all features and willing to provide significant and meaningful feedback. We are equipped to handle US and International users, depending on the objectives.

What features will be available during the pilot?

All available, ready-for-delivery features will be discussed during pilot planning. At this time, the features available for the pilot will be selected. If there is a feature was do not currently have ready for production, it will be noted and put into consideration for development.

What is involved during the Intro Training Meeting?

A kick-off is schedule before the pilot is begun to show you and your team how to use the application and allow the users to answer any questions. Open lines of communication to the support team are available to get users over the initial learning curve and ensure they are comfortable with the application. Defined objectives and test cases are developed and agreed upon to set a clear plan of operation throughout the pilot period. This support team will be available throughout the pilot for any questions or concerns that may come up. A going forward strategy for follow-up is defined and agreed upon.

What is the formal, comprehensive review?

A more formal, comprehensive review will be scheduled after a 4-week cycle to see if the objectives of the pilot are being met and adjust the criteria if needed.

What can I expect going forward?

Once your team has had a chance to go over the results of the pilot, Pharmalite is available to roll this out on a more formal basis or consider other next steps include further pilot programs