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Pharmaceutical Marketing Done Right: Archi-Tech Systems Unveils Version of Proven Analytics Solution for Campaign Management
Date:7/10/2008

WEST TRENTON, N.J., July 10 /PRNewswire/ -- Archi-Tech Systems, a leading provider of pharmaceutical data analytics and reporting solutions, today announced DART(TM) PromoTrack, a new solution custom-designed to rapidly measure the impact of pharmaceutical marketing campaigns and prescriber promotions. Archi-Tech has tailored its proven DART technology to meet the specific needs of pharmaceutical marketers, seamlessly integrating disparate promotional campaign and Rx sales data to facilitate on-the-fly analytics and reporting. For the first time, marketers have endless configurations of critical data at their fingertips to better monitor advertising, sampling, educational seminars, and other promotional tools for compliance and effectiveness.

"Pharmaceutical marketers are challenged to run successful campaigns under tight budgets and intense regulatory scrutiny. But with mountains of data to sift through, they often cannot properly measure the results of their promotions to adapt their strategies accordingly," said Prashant Kohli, Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Archi-Tech. "DART PromoTrack provides faster, more accurate insight into specific campaigns to improve planning, streamline targeting, enhance messaging, ensure compliance -- and ultimately maximize marketing dollars spent."

Built on the proven DART solution, already widely used by the pharmaceutical industry for instant, in-depth analytics and reporting on sales, marketing, and managed care data, DART PromoTrack offers unmatched flexibility to analyze and report on any configuration of data across the full scope of prescriber metrics and activity. This brings together Rx, call/sample, demographic, campaign, promotional, and other detail in a single view that encompasses millions of physicians and multiple markets and specialties. Pharmaceutical marketing teams can run multi-dimensional searches in seconds, conduct ad-hoc analyses, and generate instant reports on a wide range o
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