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Pfizer Inc. and PAREXEL International Corp. Sign Strategic Partnership Agreement to Advance Clinical Development
Date:5/26/2011

forward to providing innovative solutions and expertise to help Pfizer accelerate clinical trials and accomplish its development goals. PAREXEL is proud to be selected as a strategic partner and will work collaboratively with Pfizer to create significant value,” said Josef von Rickenbach, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, PAREXEL International. “We are focused on applying best-practice operational models, supported by a combination of our eClinical solutions and clinical processes, to help Pfizer reduce the time and cost of development. Leveraging our global resources and worldwide technology infrastructure, we can enable more effective information flow and improve data access, which results in greater visibility into trials—and ultimately in better decision making.”

As an innovator in creating strategic partnerships in the biopharmaceutical services industry for nearly 30 years, PAREXEL uses a spectrum of relationship models to meet the diverse requirements of clients. PAREXEL’s approach to strategic partnering focuses on assisting biopharmaceutical companies in reducing fixed costs, shortening development times, and speeding delivery of safe and effective treatments to market. PAREXEL has transformed its business to deliver a new level of strategic partnering, based on program design expertise, operational excellence, and project leadership to help clients achieve their development goals. PAREXEL provides a unique combination of regulatory and reimbursement consulting, clinical development expertise, and integrated eClinical technologies from Perceptive Informatics to achieve results for ever more complex development programs. The Company leverages its established global footprint in 52 countries to provide the right experts in the right geographical locations for any aspect or phase of designing and executing clinical trials.

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