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MedTRACK Unveils Partnering Tool for J.P. Morgan Healthcare Conference
Date:12/21/2011

NEW YORK, Dec. 21, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- MedTRACK, an Informa business unit, and the world's leading provider of pharmaceutical-focused business intelligence, has recently unveiled a premier partnering tool for the J.P. Morgan Healthcare Conference. The partnering filter helps delegates attending the conference find licensing, investment and acquisition opportunities.

With the new MedTRACK Partnering Filter companies can quickly identify like-minded suitors in terms of product development sorted by therapy area, stage of development, mechanism of action and a host of additional search parameters. The partnering filter drastically reduces time spent on initial screening and can quickly identify the companies that are best suited for partner discussions or investment opportunities.

As part of the product roll out MedTRACK is offering conference delegates an opportunity to test drive the partner tool to see first-hand the value MedTRACK Partnering Filter can add to their business development discussions.

About J.P. Morgan Healthcare Conference
The J.P. Morgan 30th Annual Healthcare Conference will be held from January 9th to January 12th 2012 in San Francisco, CA. The four day conference features presentations from several hundred companies both private and public.

About MedTRACK
MedTRACK is the leader in commercial and scientific intelligence for the life-science industry. MedTRACK combines a multitude of datasets into a single, integrated platform that allows clients to quickly search and analyze data. With MedTRACK, you will spend less time looking for information, and more time supporting the strategic decisions that are critical to your business. To find out more about MedTRACK go to www.medtrack.com 

To find out more about MedTRACK and how you can leverage the J.P.Morgan filter call (570) 687-9318 in the U.S, or +44 (0) 20 7551 9622 internationally.


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