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C3i Teams with Oracle's Health Sciences Global Business Unit to Provide Customers with Clinical Training and Support Services
Date:6/24/2008

al technology by companies like Oracle," said Joel Morse, CEO of C3i.

Alastair Clewlow, Head of Clinical Data & Document Management at LEO Pharma, a Danish pharmaceutical manufacturer, offered his perspective as a joint-customer of Oracle and C3i: "LEO has realized significant gains in the efficiency of our clinical data management since our adoption of Oracle Remote Data Capture software. A key partner in this effort with us has been C3i. C3i's multi-lingual help desk and other related services have allowed us to focus on the execution of our trials while ensuring high customer satisfaction among the investigators who need technical help. As a customer, we see great value in Oracle's increasing focus on the clinical development process. Their close relationship with C3i offers more proof of their commitment to our success."

C3i, a member of the Oracle(R) PartnerNetwork, is participating in this week's Drug Industry Association's Annual Meeting in Boston, Massachusetts.

About C3i: Headquartered in Morristown, New Jersey, C3i Inc. has global operations in the United States, India and Bulgaria. Their 750 employees provide systems implementation, technology training, multi-lingual help desk, hardware provisioning, and break/fix, asset management, and user/application administration services for pharmaceutical sales and clinical professionals worldwide. To learn more, visit http://www.c3i-inc.com .

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Contact:

Dave Hanaman

C3i

973-401-4677

dhanaman@c3i-inc.com


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