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Integrated Clinical Systems, Inc. Opens European Branch Office in Switzerland

Source: Company News Release
Integrated Clinical Systems, Inc. (ICS) www.i-review.com, developers of Integrated Review™ & JReview®, the world’s most comprehensive clinical review and analysis software tool, today announced the opening of a European branch office in Switzerland. The office will be the company’s first location in Europe, dedicated to client management and business development in Europe, Middle East & Africa (EMEA).

ICS’s EMEA branch office is located in Lausanne, Switzerland. It will be led by Dr. Mark Demesmaeker, Director of EMEA & Asia Operations, who joined the company in January from TIBCO Spotfire where he headed the clinical analytics practice.

Eric S. Herbel, President of ICS said, “Our European customers have been frequently asking for an ICS regional presence and support. As a consequence, we have decided to set up a European branch office in order to better serve our European customers and also expand our footprint in the EMEA region.”

“About 40% of our customer base is located in Europe and the business is constantly growing” says Dr. Demesmaeker. “Many of our clients are global corporations with regional headquarters. Expanding and scaling a high-quality customer service and business development team is a key driver to our continued success in the market.”

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