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Infinata’s BioPharm Insight™ Achieves Record Growth in 2012
Date:2/4/2013

Norwood, MA (PRWEB) February 04, 2013

Infinata’s BioPharm Insight™ capped another year of global expansion in 2012. BioPharm Insight offers subscribers the unique combination of comprehensive market analytics, a database of key industry contacts and proprietary forward-looking intelligence uncovered by an independent team of investigative journalists.

Ruth McHenry, Managing Director of Infinata, said, “BioPharm Insight continues its aggressive growth to meet the needs of industry professionals. Every day we work closely with our customers to understand and solve the challenges they face. I am so proud to say that in 2012 we met and exceeded all targeted areas of growth.”

New Features & Functionalities

New User Interface – BioPharm Insight’s completely redesigned user interface (UI) features a customizable homepage, easier navigation, and interactive charts and graphs. These enhancements allow subscribers to filter data and intelligence to fit their needs, allowing them to identify business opportunities as soon as they arise.

Increased Scope of Data – In addition to a new UI, BioPharm Insight continued to improve the scope of data provided to subscribers with the addition of:

  •     SEC filings
  •     NIH grant data
  •     Medicaid data
  •     EudraCT studies (BioPharm Clinical™)
  •     Expected Catalysts Calendar – by compiling study start and end dates, patent expirations and commercial launches by forecasts, BioPharm Insight provides the most comprehensive calendar of upcoming catalysts.

Analytics – Last year BioPharm Insight added the following analytics to further improve subscribers’ ability to find and use data quickly and efficiently:

  •     CRO activity
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