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PharmSource CMO-CDMO Database Expands Coverage to Include Approved Pharmaceutical Products: Intelligence Resource for Analyzing Bio/Pharmaceutical Contract Manufacturing
Date:7/16/2013

Fairfax, VA (PRWEB) July 16, 2013

The newest CMO-CDMO database offering from PharmSource is an upgrade to the widely respected PharmSource ADVANTAGE online service, and is a ready resource for deep insight into bio/pharmaceutical contract manufacturing trends based on key data that - until now - were difficult to find in a single, highly dependable source. New features in PharmSources' STRATEGIC ADVANTAGE online service include research capabilities to:

  •     Identify approved pharmaceutical products by CMO/manufacturer, applicant name or by product characteristics (including dosage form, route of administration, injectable packaging type, API, and more).
  •     Conduct searches for approved products by proprietary or generic product names, sponsor type, FDA and EU approvals, etc.
  •     Research pharmaceutical Merger & Acquisition activity by transaction nature, buyer or seller.
  •     Identify contract manufacturers by ownership type, including: government agency, not-for profit, private – management owned, private – venture capital owned, public company, unit of public company, university, etc. Search results include data on contract revenue ranges, when available.
  •     Download all search results into Excel, including side-by-side comparisons of contractor capabilities. This new feature is extremely valuable, as it allows users to freely use PharmSource Strategic Advantage data as part of their vital internal tool-kit for understanding the industry and trends.

PharmSource STRATEGIC ADVANTAGE service adds important support for sourcing and procurement executives who
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