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Intelligroup Secures Multi-Million Dollar COSMOS Implementation with Almac Clinical Services
Date:1/26/2009

ligroup. "Our fundamental focus is on our clients, and I believe our ability to help clients achieve business value with Oracle solutions is unmatched in the industry. The expertise of our Oracle team, along with that of our Life Sciences practice, were instrumental in securing this project. We are committed to meeting the objectives of the COSMOS project and look forward to a long and successful partnership with Almac."

About Intelligroup, Inc.

Intelligroup is an ERP-focused enterprise applications systems integrator providing consulting, implementation, testing, application management and other IT services for global corporations. The Company possesses deep expertise and proprietary tools in industry-specific enterprise solutions and has been recognized by clients, partners including SAP and Oracle and IT industry analysts for consistently exceeding expectations. Intelligroup won the 2007 global annual Pinnacle Award from SAP, was a finalist in Oracle 2007 Titan Awards, and was recognized by NASSCOM as a Top 100 Innovator. Intelligroup's global service delivery model combines onsite teams and offshore development capabilities to deliver solutions that accelerate results, reduce costs and generate meaningful ROI for clients. Intelligroup clients include Varian Medical, Reckitt Benckiser, Royal Greenland, SAP, GE, Magellan, Hershey's, Eastman Chemical and Hitachi.

About Almac Clinical Services

Almac Clinical Services is a global company focused on clinical trial supply solutions, with sites in Craigavon (UK), Audubon (PA, USA) and Durham (NC, USA). Almac Clinical Services enable clients to meet their trial start dates by leveraging skilled and experienced personnel coupled with robust quality systems and operational flexibility. Services provided include blinding, packaging, labelling, global distribution, QP release, analytical testing, drug supply management and online randomisation.


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