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Synteract and Harrison Clinical Research Close Deal to Form Multinational CRO
Date:3/1/2013

the East coast in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina and Princeton, New Jersey, reflecting coverage of three important biopharmaceutical hubs. This expanded presence will allow the company to offer strong international and regional clinical trial support to clients throughout the world. SynteractHCR also maintains a clinical in-patient unit in Germany that will help enlist and treat trial patients, as well as a clinical research training center in Belgium to assist internal and external professionals.
  • Longstanding Experience and Talent — SynteractHCR has exceptionally strong, full-service clinical development expertise with a staff of more than 800. Typical employee tenure at the company is greater than five years. Employees have a lower-than-average turnover rate compared to the industry.
  • Client Loyalty and Repeat Business — A strong tradition of customer service excellence combined with a high regard for trust and transparency are cornerstones of ongoing client relationships, resulting in a high percentage of repeat and referral business. 
  • Reinforced Therapeutic Breadth — Both organizations have a complementary heritage of managing Phase I-IV clinical trials across multiple therapeutic areas, much of which strategically aligns with the largest areas of clinical R&D investment, including oncology, CNS, infectious disease, endocrinology, cardiovascular and respiratory. 
  • SynteractHCR is focused on enabling and supporting the innovation and development of better therapies in healthcare. A continued directive of the new combined company will be to maintain a strong connection with emerging to midsize biopharmaceutical companies through which a consultative approach and strong clinical development expertise provide the foundation of its customer relationships.

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