I-many's ContractSphere Solution Selected By Pharma Company

Fri, 03/12/2010 - 3:54am

I-many, Inc., a provider of Contract Management and Revenue Optimization software, announced today a top 25 pharmaceutical company has selected I-many ContractSphere solutions as a key enabling technology for its next generation contracting system that will meet the evolving business and regulatory requirements and scale to manage rapidly growing future volumes of contractual data. The selection of ContractSphere solutions reflects I-many's ability to deliver the industry's leading and most comprehensive contracting solution.

After an extensive evaluation of other contract management offerings, this top 25 global pharmaceutical company selected I-many's ContractSphere@ Contract Manager, CARS@, I-many Validata@ and Business Intelligence (BI) solutions to author and manage contractual agreements across all departments within the enterprise, including commercial operations, legal, clinical, and IT. I-many's solutions met key requirements for commercial contracting validation; prescription level data validation; adjudication; reporting; seamless integration between contract authoring and transaction adjudication; and integration of government contracting operations within a robust and scalable enterprise-class platform.

"I-many continues to be the standard for contract management and revenue optimization at leading pharmaceutical companies," said P. Kevin Kilroy, President and CEO of I-many. "This recent success is a testament to the continued value we provide to hundreds of customers in a wide variety of industries. Driven by the dedicated team of business and technology professionals focused on developing innovative solutions for optimizing contract processes and performance, and ensuring transaction compliance; I-many is the leading provider of contract management software and services for ten of the top ten pharmaceutical companies."



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