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Top 10 IT Innovators: InformationWeek 500

What does it take to be among the United States' most innovative users of business technology? Here are the CIOs of the top 10 companies in the InformationWeek 500, along with a look at the companies and some insights on key projects and strategies.
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Durham, N.C.

Key Strategy: Quintiles launched Infosario to help drug makers safely get new drugs to market by providing a suite of systems to manage pharmaceutical processes, do analytics, and store and manage data.


Highest-Ranking IT Officer: Richard Thomas, CIO
Revenue (in millions): Not available
Industry: Biotechnology & Pharmaceuticals

www.quintiles.com

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