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Leading Pharmaceutical Marketing Research and Consulting Company Introduces 'Intelligent Efficiency' Program
Date:2/1/2012

BLUE BELL, Pa., Feb. 1, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Evolution Marketing Research, the next generation pharmaceutical marketing research and consulting company, announced that it has proactively restructured in order to better take advantage of the evolving global pharmaceutical marketplace in coming years. As a keystone of this restructuring, the company has instituted a new strategy called "Intelligent Efficiency." This strategy is intended to allow the company to compete effectively in this new market environment with a streamlined organizational structure.

"Over the past decade, the pharmaceutical marketing research industry has known nothing but solid, often dramatic, growth. The pharmaceutical industry, however, has changed and the new definition of success in these trying economic times is stability rather than growth, in large part due to shrinking pharma marketing research budgets," said company Principal James Cummings

Evolution's founding principals look forward to a more stable market environment in the year to come which will allow for the development of new relationships in the biopharma industry. "By every definition of the term, Evolution had a stable year and is poised for success in the future," explains Daniel Slawe, Chief Operating Officer. "The restructuring of the company under our new Intelligent Efficiency program will allow us to continue to provide best-in-class service to our clients."

An important part of this drive will be the development of new and innovative research methodologies and products. "Evolution is constantly in the process of creating new key products, several of which will be launching over the course of this year [2012]," said Principal Dr. James Heasley. "This is in keeping with our corporate mission of continuing to innovate and lead in an industry that is always seeking to enhance efficiencies." In 2011, the company introduced a range of innovative methodologies such as
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