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Pharsight Signs Third WinNonlin(R) AutoPilot(TM) Customer
Date:12/17/2007

Top 5 Global Biotechnology Company Adopts Pharsight's Groundbreaking

Automation Software

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., Dec. 17 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Pharsight Corporation (Nasdaq: PHST), a leading provider of software and strategic services for optimizing clinical drug development, today announced that a top five global biotechnology company has purchased WinNonlin AutoPilot. This sale marks Pharsight's third new customer win since the release of WinNonlin Autopilot in June of this year.

WinNonlin AutoPilot is configurable software that customers use to automate common or repetitive tasks during clinical pharmacokinetic (PK) analysis and to create report-ready tables and graphs. Using WinNonlin AutoPilot, companies can vastly increase their productivity while improving the quality and consistency of analyses and reports. WinNonlin AutoPilot operates with Pharsight's enterprise PK data management system, Pharsight Knowledgebase Server(TM) (PKS(TM)), and can also be used independently of PKS.

"This purchase illustrates our clients' growing interest in new, innovative tools that yield more productive, regulatory-compliant PK workflows," said Shawn O'Connor, president, chief executive officer and chairman of Pharsight. "Using AutoPilot the client can configure the PK analyses mandated by the Food and Drug Administration for any new drug submission, including business rules and formats. The potential productivity gains from automating this work are large, with the ability to reduce the labor required to generate these outputs by 80%. We believe clients will continue to invest in our market-leading software products because they offer a tangible return on investment as well
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