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Syrinx Wins Contract with Leading Pharmaceutical Company for SharePoint 2007 Services

WALTHAM, Mass., May 5 /PRNewswire/ -- Syrinx Consulting Corporation, an IT consulting and software development firm that delivers easy-to-use .Net and SharePoint applications, announced today that it has signed a contract for approximately $100,000 with a leading biopharmaceutical company in the Boston area. The engagement includes securely migrating thousands of users and gigabytes of data from a SharePoint 2003 environment to the Microsoft Office SharePoint Server (MOSS) 2007 platform.

The new Syrinx client is a leading biopharmaceutical company with research and clinical development focused on life-saving medicines. The company engaged Syrinx based on Syrinx's extensive SharePoint 2007 custom development expertise and overall reputation for flawless on-time delivery. The migration to, and rollout of, SharePoint 2007, is slated for completion at the end of this quarter. Syrinx will securely transfer numerous sources of data, including FDA-regulated information, to the new collaborative platform so that employees can seamlessly continue their critical research, development and commercialization of important medicines.

"SharePoint 2007 is a powerful platform with amazing capability. To that end, both migration from SharePoint 2003 and future custom development of SharePoint 2007 warrant careful planning and execution -- particularly for organizations with myriad data sources and complex business processes," commented Andrew Gelina, CEO of Syrinx. "Pharmaceutical companies, which must demonstrate compliance with financial and FDA regulations, benefit tremendously from SharePoint 2007's content and document management capabilities. We are excited to be helping this cutting-edge pharmaceutical company deploy the new SharePoint platform and optimize its potential."

About Syrinx

Syrinx is an IT consulting and software development firm that delivers easy-to-use .Net and SharePoint applications, IT resources and training to mid-market and enterprise organizations in the financial services, healthcare, pharmaceutical, and AEC industries. A Microsoft Gold-Certified Partner, Syrinx designs, builds and maintains large-scale collaborative applications and Web sites for faster time to market, reduced organizational costs and business advantage. The company is trusted for its roster of consistently high-quality developers and architects who work on site, delivering projects on time and within budget. Founded in 1998, Syrinx is based in Waltham, MA and has been recognized on the Boston Business Journal's lists of the area's "Largest IT Consulting Firms" and "Fastest Growing Companies" and the "Inc. 5000" lists for 2007 and 2008.

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