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Image Solutions, Inc. Acquires Zurich Biostatistics, Inc.
Date:9/22/2007

and programmers, ISI is able to help clients create statistical plans, conduct analyses and assist in the preparation of reports to avoid these pitfalls. Companies are also able to achieve more effective collaboration between statisticians and medical writers, speeding time to final CSR.

ZBI's core capabilities in biometrics analysis support ISI's commitment to complete, holistic regulatory submissions. Existing clients of both ISI and ZBI now have instant access to this approach and capability.

ISI is a pioneer in modernizing the regulatory submission process. The company enabled the first-ever electronic new drug application to the FDA and is at the forefront of the industry's move to adopting the electronic Common Technical Document (eCTD), the new drug application standard that will be required by the FDA at the end of 2007.

About Image Solutions, Inc.

Founded in 1992, Image Solutions, Inc. (ISI) is a proven market leader in providing submissions solutions, process services and consulting to Life Sciences companies as a way to improve clinical and regulatory processes that bring new medicines to market. ISI was among the first professional services firm to deliver electronic submissions to the industry and since has delivered more than 1,000 electronic submissions and 400 eCTD submissions. ISI serves the top 50 pharmaceutical and biotech organizations as well as the top companies in other regulated industries.

ISI is a privately held company with headquarters in Whippany, New Jersey and operations throughout the U.S., Europe and Asia. ISI also remains committed to giving back to society and sharing its success with others by donating 10 percent of annual net profits to over 20 recognized charitable organizations. For more information, visit the company Web site at http://www.imagesolutions.com.

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