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Pharsight Launches PK Accelerator(TM)
Date:6/24/2008

PK Accelerator Bundled Solution Accelerates Pharmacokinetic Analysis and

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MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., June 24 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Pharsight Corporation (Nasdaq: PHST), a leading provider of software, strategic consulting, and regulatory services for optimizing clinical drug development, today announced that it will be launching PK Accelerator (PKA(TM)), a system of bundled software coupled with a rapid deployment service provided at a fixed price and fixed scope. Adopting PK Accelerator will allow small to mid-sized organizations to deploy Pharsight's "best practices" solution for end-to-end pharmacokinetic analysis and validatable CFR 21 part 11 reporting in as little as 90 days.

Small to mid-sized research oriented pharmaceutical and biotech companies deploying PK Accelerator will be able to take advantage of the operational efficiencies Pharsight's enterprise and desktop software packages were designed to deliver. The software components of the PKA bundle will consist of the Pharsight(R) Knowledgebase Server(TM) (PKS), WinNonlin(R) Autopilot(TM), PKS Reporter(TM), the PKS and WinNonlin Validation Suites(TM), upgrades to WinNonlin Enterprise, and a choice of two of the following database connectors: Watson(TM), Excel(TM), or CDISC. All of these components have been designed for seamless interoperability and will be implemented as a complete system with minimal configuration. PK Accelerator will bring state-of-the-art clinical pharmacology archiving, analysis, and reporting capabilities within reach of smaller firms by standardizing the system's training and deployment procedures and leveraging Pharsight's best practices recommendations for system configuration and implementation.
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