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Be One of the First to Experience Medtrack One View at the AUTM 2012 Annual Meeting
Date:3/7/2012

NEW YORK, March 7, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Medtrack One View, a Citeline product, the leading source of commercial and scientific intelligence for the life science industry will be available for demonstration at the AUTM 2012 Annual meeting in Anaheim, CA. Attendees of the show will be among the first to view the newly designed platform.

The Medtrack One View solution gives clients the ability to identify in- and out-licensing opportunities, construct product-focused timelines and identify key buyers and sellers in the life sciences market.  Medtrack One View's deeply integrated datasets and new, robust analytic capabilities, provides professionals in business development, licensing, new product planning, strategic marketing and competitive intelligence more comprehensive, actionable information, in a user-friendly platform.

Be sure to visit Medtrack at booth 512 to preview Medtrack One View, and find out how we can help with your strategic business decisions.

About AUTM 2012 Annual Meeting

AUTM 2012 Annual Meeting is a networking and professional development conference that draws from the global community of technology transfer professionals from academia and industry, venture investors and other intellectual property experts.

About Medtrack

Medtrack  is the leader in biopharmaceutical intelligence. Medtrack's integrated platform offers clients a robust insight into pharmaceutical pipeline, sales, epidemiology, patents and more to give a comprehensive view of the biopharmaceutical business landscape. To find out more about Medtrack go to www.medtrack.com or call (570) 687-9318 in the U.S, or +44 (0) 20 7551 9622 internationally.

Contact for further information:
Carolle St. Fleur
Tel: 978-664-4498
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