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Quintiles Transnational Corp. is a contract research organization which serves the pharmaceutical, biotechnology and healthcare industries.
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Quintiles was founded in 1982 by Dennis Gillings and as of 2007 it has 18,000 employees.
Headquartered near Research Triangle Park, North Carolina, Quintiles has offices in more than 50 countries.
The company provides support services for pharmaceutical, biotech and medical device companies through its Development, Commercial and Partnering solutions groups.
Quintiles performs routine and non-routine research for companies engaged in drug development. Such research includes services and facilities necessary for Phase I, II, III and IV trials.
Quintiles' product development services group provides clinical research aimed at regulatory approval, and post-launch research and consulting on product safety and value. Quintiles Product Development includes the following:
Quintiles provides facilities and services necessary to release a drug onto the market and market it thereafter. These include elements such as pricing, due diligence, sales force training and recruitment, advertising to medical staff, and other functions.
Quintiles' commercial division, INNOVEX®, is responsible for sales force and medical communication services including:
Quintiles provides advice on portfolio development and company growth, and provides funding and investment advice for existing and developing biotech and pharma companies through its NOVAQUEST® strategic partnering solutions group.
Novaquest helps pharmaceutical and biotech companies optimize portfolio development, company growth and profits through innovative, tailored financial and strategic solutions including:
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