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Pharsight's Reporting and Analysis Services Business Reaches Quality Assurance Milestone
Date:12/20/2007

Nonlin(R) and WinNonlin AutoPilot(TM) software products to support efficient delivery of non-compartmental analysis and reporting. The RAS group has also more than tripled its staff, including the addition of a Quality Assurance Inspector, and has plans to expand its facilities in Montreal, Canada.

"These recent audits provided third-party evaluations of the ability of our RAS team to deliver quality work in compliance with customer and regulatory expectations, utilizing our market-leading software," said Shawn O'Connor, president, CEO, and chairman of Pharsight. "Our RAS unit enables drug developers to meet their growing needs for timely PK/PD modeling. RAS uses our software such as WinNonlin and WinNonlin AutoPilot to deliver submission-quality reports quickly and efficiently. We have created an internal infrastructure that will allow us to take on additional client projects with similar regulatory compliance needs. We believe this infrastructure supports our RAS unit's ability to consistently meet the highest scientific standards, and positions the group to continue serving clients who expect regulatory compliance in the handling of their modeling and simulation projects."

About Pharsight Reporting and Analysis Services

Pharsight's Reporting and Analysis Services (RAS) unit provides a broad spectrum of world-class expertise in pharmacokinetics (PK), pharmacodynamics (PD), statistical analysis, and report writing. RAS scientists make use of Pharsight's industry-leading software tools to provide timely, high-quality analyses and reports for pre-clinical and clinical studies supporting sponsors' new drug application submissions under Module 5 (Clinical Study Reports) of ICH's Common Technical Document for Regulatory Filing. RAS is principally located in Montreal, Canada and serves all major drug development geographies, with business representatives in North America, Europe, and Japan.

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