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PharmSource Adds New Capabilities to the PharmSource ADVANTAGE Online Service
Date:4/22/2009

The PharmSource ADVANTAGE online service has added two new capabilities to its interactive database of more than 1,000 contract service providers.

Fairfax, Virginia (PRWEB) April 22, 2009 - PharmSource Information Services Inc., a respected provider of business intelligence on contract drug development and manufacture, is pleased to announce the addition of two new capabilities to its PharmSource ADVANTAGE online service. Currently, the company's interactive database provides information on more than 1,000 contract service providers. With the latest added features, subscribers will now be able to easily acquire an overall streamlined view of important market intelligence including contractor relationships and service provider revenue estimates.

Enhancements to the database of contract services providers include 1) the ability to search by client, and 2) the ability to compare companies by contract revenue range. The new search by client option enables subscribers to rapidly generate a comprehensive list of known contractor relationships for a particular bio/pharma company. With the addition of this feature, subscribers can search the database by the names of service providers, the names of clients, as well as particular capabilities among service providers.

The PharmSource ADVANTAGE database also contains a new option for the comparison of companies by contract revenue range. This new feature allows users to select and/or rank contract service providers by the size of their contract revenue. This enhances the ability to search and compare companies in the database by presenting a complete perspective of all companies within a certain contract revenue range.

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