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Discussion in 'Cephalon' started by Anonymous, Mar 9, 2011 at 9:24 PM.

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  1. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    When are we getting rid of these mofos?
     
  2. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    I think a better question is what are you going to sell when Provigil goes generic? Inventiv is the very least of your worries asshole.
     
  3. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    Why do you care? You don't speak to us, nor have you in the last 3 years. All we do is work quietly and stay out if your way. It's almost over for Inventiv as well as the future of cephalon so perhaps you should focus your concerns in yourself
     
  4. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    Gotta luv that corporate spirit its like one big happy family!
     
  5. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    Inventiv selling Amrix is a done deal through Dec. 2012. Becasue it was arrogantly brought up, I will say I'd rathter be selling Amrix v. Selling nuvigil vl provigil. Timely humility tends to change people. CNS could use some humility. Why are they so obesessed with Amrix. Perhaps because they don't put a fair days effort into selling Nuvigil. Just shut up and do your job. If you would care for a reference for Venitv or Quintiles, please let me know, and see your brag book.
     
  6. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    Dude, you are kidding yourself if you think the contract gig will last until December. You will be lucky if you have another six months.
     
  7. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    Haven't you guys been singing that tune for the last.... 3 years? Learn a new song...
     
  8. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest


    Did we not just eliminate half of you idiots? I have seen this happen many times. They want all of you to go away but could not do it all at once. I give it maybe three months and if you are smart you will stop being in denial and look for a new job. The remaining bottom dwellers will soon be gone!
     
  9. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    Bottom dwellers? Ok off label, law breaking, soon to be out of a job when Provigil goes generic douche bag. Talk about denial? You take the cake. And it was 1/3 that were let go, not half. Why am I even wasting time responding to someone who can't hear me because their head is so far up their a$$, they can only hear their food digesting?

    Do tell. What is your reasoning behind WHY they couldn't get rid of us all at once? Was it because we would cost them 400 million in fines? Oh wait, that was a different sales force.

    And FYI, scripts are up 1500 a week vs a month ago and steadily growing. Our charts are headed up. Which way is yours headed?
     
  10. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    Time will tell!
     
  11. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    The PCP reps should be kisses the butts of the Inventiv reps since WE ARE the ONE moving Amrix (albeit a little) allowing them to keep their over paid jobs. Amrix is a primary care product not pain management.

    Your Welcome,
    Your friendly neighborhood Inventiv rep.
     
  12. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    My goodness you are spectacular! When CNS handed off Amrix it was doing 10,500 prescriptions per week and you quickly dragged that number down to under 7,000 at one point. Now you pushed it up by 1,500 after you start handing out copay cards that will pay up to $350 of out of pocket costs. Simply amazing. You're giving it away for free and sales are still over 2,000 prescriptions behind the numbers CNS was doing long ago. Very impressive. Your guzzinta skills are still more impressive than your sales skills. Please go crawl back under the rock Mullholland and Reilly found you under.
     
  13. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    Remind me how Nuvigil is doing nowadays?
     
  14. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    And if you recall (or choose to keep your head in the sand) there were almost 800 reps selling Amrix when sales hit 10,000 scripts per week. PCS was pulled off to launch Nuvigil and now there are only 200 PCP reps plus a small % of PCP effort selling almost that amount. So who was (and is) selling Amrix?
     
  15. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    I agree with your point that there were more people promoting Amrix at one point, so that is why there were greater scripts. However, what company do you work for? I have a problem understanding how you don't know the 3 "divisions" are CNS, PCS, and PCP.
    CNS focuses on Nuvigil. PCS was 50/50 on Amrix and Fentora I believe in 2010.

    I don't understand why there is so much animosity towards all of the different sales forces. There are inadequate people in each division, just like any sales organization at any company. I know people that work at other companies that are idiots and are completely ineffective in front of the customers, yet they are still collecting a paycheck.

    I would suggest worrying about yourself instead of wishing people that work for Inventiv to lose their jobs. Maybe you should try seeking other employment since the Fentora generic situation doesn't look so good. Oh, and since Cephalon is also under investigation for breaches of fiduciary duties.