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Best Practice Database Adds Research Highlighting Effective Tactics of Sales Force and Manufacturing Groups in the Pharmaceutical Industry
Date:12/2/2008

CHAPEL HILL, N.C., Dec. 2 /PRNewswire/ -- New research that delivers a wealth of wide-ranging best practices across major functions such as sales and manufacturing is now available in the Best Practice Database, an online research repository managed by research and consulting firm Best Practices, LLC.

To review sample key findings and key topics in these pharmaceutical-focused studies, go to a landing page with links to each of the two new studies at this address: http://www3.best-in-class.com/dr340.htm.

The Database is an online resource containing more than $35 million in proprietary research conducted on behalf of executives from Fortune 500 companies. You can use this tool to quickly locate studies that identify best practices and metrics in the areas most important to you and your company.

Research added this month to the Best Practice Database includes two studies that highlight the evolution of the district sales manager role and effective practices in manufacturing fixed-dose combination drug products. The first study compares different manufacturing approaches for FDC products, such as using bioequivalence or clinical evaluation. The second study highlights the evolving role of the district sales manager as the pharma industry retools its utilization of the field sales force.

The new research is available in these Best Practice Database Documents (with ID Number):

-- Product Commercialization Excellence: Preparation and Management of Fixed-Dose Combination Drug Products (ID 5013)

-- Evolution of the District Sales Manager Role (ID 5016)

To view these studies or other studies in the Database, sign up for our complimentary weekly tour, held on Thursdays at 11 a.m. EST (GMT-5). To sign up, go to this address: htt
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