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Mundipharma appoints chief information officer

Philippe Mazas joins the UK-based pharma network from Smith & Nephew

Philippe MazasMundipharma, a global network of privately-owned independent associated pharma companies, has appointed a new chief information officer in the form of Philippe Mazas.

He joins the network with almost 20 years’ experience as a chief information officer and most recently served Smith & Nephew.

His new role will see him take responsibility for the IT services provided to Mundipharma’s global network of associated companies.

Mazas said: “Taking an entrepreneurial approach to technology is vital for pharma companies that want to stay ahead of the every advancing pace of digital transformation.

“My goal is to ensure that the Mundipharma network has the technology support it needs to lead the charge in pharma by being customer focused, value driven and business led.

“This approach will enable us to be more efficient and nimble, while ensuring the Mundipharma network continues to advance technology to aid in the development and commercialisation of medicines that address patients’ needs.”

5th January 2018

From: Marketing

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