Aurobindo Pharma: Gearing Up for the Future

Aurobindo Pharma: Gearing Up for the Future

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Abstract

The Chairman and co-founder of the Hyderabad, India-based family-owned pharmaceutical company Aurobindo Pharma Limited (APL), P. V. Ramaprasad Reddy is reminiscing on his business growth journey. In 1986, along with a close friend, K. Nithyananda Reddy (no relation), and a few other associates, he started a small semi-synthetic penicillin manufacturing unit. Since then the business had grown both organically and through strategic acquisitions. By 2011, APL was present in more than 125 countries. It had more than 500 drugs and intermediates spanning multiple therapeutic areas. As the business grew in size, scale, and scope so did its complexities, which demanded it adopt systematic processes, policies, and procedures. APL had adopted best practices in all functional areas and cultivated a culture of quality, to meet its ...

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