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Intrasphere Technologies Releases Version 1.5 of Its PharmaCM Clinical Trial Registration Solution Powered by Microsoft
Date:4/7/2009

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Future releases for the PharmaCM Clinical Trial Registration solution will include support for non-NIH registries (EudraCT), plug-ins for other international registries and integration of an SOP management engine. For more information contact us at +1 (212) 937-8300.

About Intrasphere Technologies

Intrasphere Technologies is a services firm focused on the Life Sciences industry. We provide comprehensive, business-focused services and solutions that help companies achieve meaningful results. Our professionals leverage strategic acumen, deep industry knowledge and proven project execution abilities to deliver superior service that builds true business value.

Our strategy, business process and technology services are developed to specifically address areas that are most important to our clients including: Drug Safety, Content Management and Portals, Structured Content Management (PharmaCM), Corporate IT, Business Intelligence and Regulatory Compliance.

We understand the unique nature of the Life Sciences working environment and clients' needs to reduce costs, drive business processes and speed-to-market, while satisfying regulatory mandates.

Some of the world's leading global companies including Pfizer Inc., Johnson & Johnson, Novartis, Eli Lilly and Vertex Pharmaceuticals look to Intrasphere as their trusted solutions partner.

Founded in 1996, Intrasphere is headquartered in New York City with operations in Europe and Asia. Intrasphere has been recognized nationally for performance by industry-leading organizations such as Deloitte & Touche, Crain's New York Business and Inc. Magazine.

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    Intrasphere Technologies
    (212) 937-8213
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