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HighPoint Solutions und InnoPeritus gehen Partnerschaft zum Angebot beispielloser Beratungsdienste auf dem europäischen Life-Sciences-Markt ein
Date:10/31/2013

EAST NORRITON, Pennsylvania, 31. Oktober 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- HighPoint Solutions, LLC, eine führende Unternehmens- und spezialisierte IT-Beratung für die Life-Sciences- und Healthcare-Branchen, und InnoPeritus Sarl, ein erstklassiger Beratungsdienstleister und Lösungsanbieter, der die Life-Sciences-Branche bei der globalen Preisgestaltung und in Fragen bezüglich des Marktzugangs berät, kündigten eine Partnerschaft an, um Pharma-, Biotech- sowie Medizingeräte- und Diagnostikunternehmen aus ganz Europa fortan Beratungsdienste zu bieten, die alle Aspekte der Life-Sciences-Wertschöpfungskette betreffen.

„InnoPeritus und dessen Gründungspartner haben viele Jahre lang Unternehmen aufgebaut, die in den Bereichen Preisgestaltung und Marktzugang in ganz Europa führend sind", so Arnab Sikder, Senior Vice President und Geschäftsführer des europäischen Betriebs. „Das Team von InnoPeritus bietet konkrete und einzigartige Lösungen, die Unternehmen in Kombination mit HighPoints Ressourcen und dem riesigen Kundenstamm die Möglichkeit eröffnen, sich völlig problemlos einer kompletten Auswahl verschiedenster Beratungsdienste zu bedienen."

Der geschäftsführende Teilhaber Sean Robbins erklärte: „Genau wie InnoPeritus hat sich auch HighPoint dem Ziel verschrieben, unseren Kunden umfangreiche Branchenlösungen und eine hochwertige Umsetzung zu bieten. Durch die Partnerschaft wird unser innovatives Angebot noch vielfältiger und unsere Stellung als führender Beratungsdienstleister in den Bereichen Preisgestaltung und Marktzugang in Europa weiter gestärkt."

Da sich die Europazentralen beider Unternehmen im schweizerischen Genf befinden, haben die Teams von HighPoint und InnoPeritus bereits begonnen, Kunden aus der europäischen Region echte Mehrwerte zu bieten.

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