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Datafarm, Inc., Announces the Appointment of Daniel F. Orfe to Vice President, Global Regulatory Submission Services
Date:1/13/2009

tivities to sharpen practices and reduce time to market. Strategically partnering with Datafarm's regulatory submissions group to completely or partially outsource submissions management processes and technology brings cost and time benefits. This is strengthened with faster time to market through rapid access to the right skills, adequate people resources, and the latest technologies coupled with extensive experience and an unrivalled reputation.

"Dan has been our end user since 1997, his regulatory affairs, operations and technical knowledge will help us to further expand our services group to better assist our customers," added Shy Kumar; "With a unique set of qualifications and experience, Dan is among a very select group of individuals who I would want in this position, and I know Dan will certainly give us his best in this new role to assist our customers around the world."

About Datafarm, Inc.: Established in 1997, Datafarm is a leading provider of Regulatory Submission software and professional services solutions for the Life Sciences industry. Datafarm provides custom and off-the-shelf software solutions that produce high-quality and agency-compliant e-Submission-ready documents to customers worldwide. To date, the company's products have been used to compile thousands of eSubmissions. Datafarm's professional services team has partnered with industry sponsors to submit hundreds of eSubmissions to the USA, Canada, European Union, and Japanese regulatory authorities. Headquartered in Marlborough, Massachusetts, USA, Datafarm has regional offices in California, the UK, France, and India. Information about Datafarm's products and services can be found at

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