Oracle’s 3rd Annual Drug Development and Safety Forum 2009- India

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Oracle’s 3rd Annual Drug Development and Safety Forum 2009

October 21 – 22, 2009


Oracle invites you to the 2009 Drug Development and Safety Forum

At this forum we will be discussing important topics and issues facing the Indian Pharmaceutical Biotechnology, and CRO industry. This event will be highlighted by presentations from key industry thought leaders who will share their perspective on industry best practices as well as their unique experiences.

The content will cover important topics in clinical development, and safety. You will hear how Oracle solutions have enabled organizations in the industry shorten their time to market, gain operational efficiencies, reduce clinical study costs and accelerate insight into action

As a follow up to the success of last two year’s Clinical Development and Safety Forum this year’s event will prove to be a must attend event.

October 21 – 22, 2009

The Leela Kempinski
Sahar, Mumbai, India

To Register Now , contact Sushma at sushma.bs@oracle.com +91 80 4029 1295 (include your name, company, e-mail address, contact mobile number, arrival/departure – dates/time).

Highlights:
•    Keynote Presentations
•    Networking lunch
•    Networking Dinner on the first day
•    Perspectives from industry strategists and thought leaders
•    Hear about business best practices and lessons learned from leading companies
•    A unique networking opportunity with colleagues, industry and Oracle experts

Oracle Gain NUMBER ONE POSITION in TOP 10 LIFE SCIENCE SOFTWARE VENDORS

The current economic crisis has only exacerbated an already worrisome situation in the life sciences industry. The industry has already been undergoing reformation to cut costs and improve long-term sustainability for nearly a decade. To help understand the impact on IT, Health Industry Insights, an IDC company, recently conducted a study to identify the most successful software vendors serving the life science market. The top 10 companies, based on enterprise life science software revenue, have been identified and are discussed in a new research document.

 

Health Industry Insights research reveals that the top 10 life science software vendor list includes both enterprise and specialty vendors. Oracle easily topped the chart in life science revenues, with SAP coming in second. While internal estimates show that Oracle and SAP were virtually tied five years ago, Oracle’s aggressive acquisition strategy has clearly paid big dividends that have helped to drive its success in the life science industry.

To read the complete press release, click here.

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